Ingelore and the material of choice.
Aluminum reliefs as a greeting.
In addition to classical painting, Ingelore Kreienborg makes reliefs, mosaics, and figures. She loves it when her strong colours and her small hidden messages get an extra layer. It's just one more dimension. The choice of materials is made to suit the client and the environment. This is how she brings form to colour. Statements you can touch.
Touching statements are created, for example, for the entrance area of companies, practices and offices. Or even bow sculptures for yachts.
One with nature.
Suddenly something there’s something standing there in the space, either quite present in the green surroundings or unexpectedly peeking out from behind a hedge. Ingelore Kreienborg celebrates nature with her sculptures. Created from different materials, with colours and shapes full of joy. Insightful and superficial. For parks, your own garden or for the green outdoor area of companies.
Ingelore Kreienborg has worked a lot in the Venetian Murano with the best glassblowers there. From her drawings and designs, bowls, horns and funny creatures are formed for meeting rooms, living rooms, office landscapes...
Provocation and a wink are always hidden. Never imagined colour freshness becomes even more visible, more tangible through the material glass... Her glass objects delight the owner, the recipient or the viewer.
Ingelore Kreienborg gets her inspiration for this from her surroundings. Constant observation, photography and her sketchbook – her head is the archive of her ideas.
A life molded. About Ingelore Kreienborg.
Since her earliest youth, Ingelore Kreienborg wanted to work as a freelance artist. Until that time came, there were a few professional detours. First, she studied communication, aesthetics and natural sciences at the University of Bremen before finding a way to devote herself to studying art. In 1989 she successfully completed her studies with a diploma.
This was followed by presentations in Switzerland and Spain. In 2002, the artist was able to exhibit her paintings at the Sharjah Art Museum and the Culture Foundation in the United Arab Emirates. In the following two years, the Bremen-based artist also traveled to Sharjah and Dubai for exhibitions. From 2012 to 2015, her works were featured in several expositions at Gallery ARTIFACT in New York. Meanwhile, regular exhibitions at home and abroad bring a lot of public recognition. For a long time, the artist has also been working on commission for companies, practices and law firms, for private interested parties and collectors.
See for yourself.