Bjarney Sif Ólafsdóttir, here after Sif, was born in 1963 in a small town on the southern cost of Iceland called Hvolsvöllur. From young age Sif has always been highly interested in the artistic scene and has been fully active since late last century when she enrolled into one of Iceland finest art institution The Reykjavik School of Visual Arts.
Since then she has taken numerous classes in Iceland and other parts of Scandinavia to further her skills. Sif has a broad range of product portfolio, ranging from ceramic to glass. Sif is most recognized for her lavish ceramic work and to name one of her achievement as an artist was when she worked closely with the producers of internationally proclaimed movie “Noah” by Darren Aronofsky, starring Russel Crowe and Anthony Hopkins when her ceramic art was used in the movie. Sif is also an art teacher working for Reykjavik city, working with the elderly. Sif recently among others opened a new art gallery called Art Gallery 101, at the heart of Reykjavik which has from the early beginning been highly successful.
Sif welcomes you!