BSA artist Paula Sciuk has been granted residency in the Gullkistan Center for Creativity in Iceland.
Sciuk's large scale images have been shown in the Louvre, Paris, France; Times Square, New York City; Scope, Miami, Florida and are included in public and private collections.
The Gullkistan residency was founded in spring 2009 and is located in Laugarvatn, a quiet village by the Laugarvatn Lake with a view of the Hekla volcano and Mt. Eyjafjallajökull. The self directed residency is run all year round at Eyvindartunga farm, with a workstudio in a renovated barn at the farm.
Gullkistan also offers seminars, art courses, art exhibitions and open studios. Over 400 people from all over the world have come to work at Gullkistan including visual artists, writers, musicians, designers, photographers, filmmakers and scientists.
Image courtesy Gullkistan Center for Creativity