Liné Ringtved Thordarson graduated from Iceland University of the Arts, Reykjavik (1996) and is a Bachelor of Fine Arts, specialized in sculptures. Since 1997 she has held solo and group exhibitions at Danish and international museums, galleries, cultural centers and institutes, including France, Monaco, Germany, Switzerland, Iceland, Italy and Greece. She has made several outdoor bronze sculptures in Denmark and abroad. She occasionally works as artistic coordinator at various art events and as an artist in residence with support from the National Arts Council. For the past several years, Thordarson has donated her bronze sculptures to aid organizations such as Prince Albert of Monaco Foundation, Monaco Charity Film Festival, Princess Stephanie’s Aids Foundation, Break Cancer, Hollywood Domino and Action Against Hunger (Action Contre la Faim).

Thordarson lives in Aarhus, Denmark, where she creates her bronze sculptures in her studio. In addition, she works with her art and exhibits in Southern France and Monaco. “My sculptures are lived lives translated into forms. This brings each sculpture to contain its own little story of life and human being. Joy, sadness, sensuality, anxiety, love, desire, redemption and presence…