Britta Ortiz

Britta Ortiz

Location: Denmark

I was born in 1959 in Denmark. I have been an executive artist since my youth and have been taught by various artists.

My work life has had nothing to do with art, since I am a doctor, have studied psychology and have a master in health anthropology. The art has been my free space. It was not until 2010 that I participated in my first exhibition. In 2014, I took the initiative to establish the Isefjord artists - an artist association that I am chairing. Since then it has gone fast. I have participated in several different censored exhibitions around Denmark. Of course I have also participated in several other exhibitions - both solo and group exhibitions.

I relate to the world in an existential way. That means that you shall live your life between the positive and the negative pole – only then the life will be rich.
I deal with several different art forms. I paint and draw, produce graphic and ceramic works, and I love to explore new techniques and learn new things.

Sometime I love to express herself through symbols and you shall feel that you do not always see what you see. Other times, I want to express myself and my feelings through the lens of photography or painting when I depict the world that surrounds me. Through these depictions you will find that I love nature, people and the world we live in.


Winter 1

Photo Art

Creep destroyes the world

Oil on canvas, 50 x 60 cm

Creep destroyes the world “Creep destroyes the world”

Oil on canvas, 50 x 60 cm

No title

Encaustic, 21 x 15 cm

No title “No title”

Encaustic, 15 x 21 cm

C'est fini

Oil on canvas, 60 x 110 cm

C'est fini “C'est fini”

Oil on canvas, 60 x 110 cm.

The water droplets

Woodcut, 42 x 60 cm

The water droplets “The water droplets”

Woodcut, 42 x 60 cm

At Faurbjergvej on Tuse Naes

Oil on canvas, 70 x 100 cm.

At Faurbjergvej on Tuse Naes “At Faurbjergvej on Tuse Naes”

Oil on canvas, 70 x 100 cm

The spider web

Woodcut, 30 x 42 cm.

Spider web “Spider web”

Woodcut, 30 x 42 cm.

Nature's delicacies III

Woodcut, 42 x 60 cm.

Nature's delicacies III “Nature's delicacies III”

Woodcut, 42 x 60 cm.