Inga G. Sigurdson has experimented with the communicative freedom of the arts in the 1960s when she joined with Vancouver artists absorbed in abstract art expressionism. Since, she has branched out into theatrical performing arts, writing and varied styles of the visual. Inga is most known for her original designer shapes and sizes on stretched canvas. Subjects include tempestuous seascapes, wildlife, floral, spiritual and mystical. Her work has been featured in high-end magazines and community newspapers across Canada while exhibits include numerous galleries in BC and Manitoba.