Ingibjörg was born in Reykjavík 1956, where she has lived and worked most of her life. Early, her interests turned to drawing and painting and she has been working full time as an artist for the last decade. In 1990 she took drawing lessons at The Reykjavik School of Visual Arts and continued at the Kópavogur School of Art where she studied oil painting and life drawing. She participated in a Master Class of painting and a Seminar of Art History led by the artist Bjarni Sigurbjörnsson. Ingibjörg has taken a few courses in printmaking and in 2015 attended a workshop in Slovenia organized by the Ukranian artist, Serhiy Savchenko and Edvard Belsky. Inspired by the passing moment, impressions of nature have been an underlying theme in Ingibjörg's paintings. She has mainly worked with oil on canvas, but also uses mixed media. Ingibjörg has held private exhibitions and participated in many group exhibitions. Studio: Auðbrekka 6, Kópavogur.