Icelandic Circles Art and Music


Icelandic Circles unveils a collection of abstract paintings, pulsating with the vibrant hues drawn from the awe-inspiring tapestry of Iceland's breathtaking landscapes, the mystical allure of its geothermal wonders, and the untouched splendour of its remote wilderness.


Embark on a journey through emotionally charged art that exudes passion, each piece a vivid testament to the extraordinary beauty that distinguishes Icelandic Circles in the realm of artistic expression.


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Icelandic Circles: The soulful strains of a melancholic violin and cello sweep you away on a majestic orchestral odyssey, weaving through the awe-inspiring tapestry of Iceland's landscapes.

Hraun: Hraun is an Icelandic term that translates to "lava" in English. It refers to the solidified, molten rock that flows from a volcano during an eruption. Lava can take various forms depending on its composition and the conditions under which it cools. In this abstract painting, the lava is still hot!

Dalur: Dalur is an Icelandic word that translates to "valley" or "dale" in English. In the context of Iceland, a "dalur" refers to a low-lying area of land between hills or mountains, often characterized by fertile soil and the presence of rivers or streams. This abstract painting imagines rivers of lava. 

Hilock: An abstract painting depicting an Icelandic small, rounded hill formed by volcanic activity and glacial deposits.

Natural Beauty: An abstract painting of Iceland's natural beauty and visual appeal, encompassing landscapes, geological formations, flora, fauna, and other elements of nature that are considered beautiful and inspiring.

Sandur: An abstract painting depicting an Icelandic sandur, formed by glacial outwash and river sediment deposition.

Eldfjall: This abstract painting depicts an active Icelandic volcano, and embodies nature's fiery prowess as molten forces deep within the Earth's crust surge upward, periodically unleashing spectacular displays of raw energy. Its imposing silhouette, shrouded in a cloak of mist and ice, contrasts starkly with the dynamic inferno beneath. Billowing plumes of ash and smoke intertwine with the arctic winds, painting the sky with a dramatic, ephemeral masterpiece.

Black Sand Beaches: An abstract painting depicting the black sand beaches, including Reynisfjara Beach. The dark sand, basalt sea stacks, and towering cliffs create a dramatic and picturesque setting.

Lava Flow of Thoughts: Lava Flow of Thoughts is a metaphorical phrase that implies the flowing and continuous stream of thoughts or ideas, similar to the way lava flows from a volcano. In this abstract painting it describes a creative or intellectual process where ideas are coming forth rapidly and continuously, much like the molten rock flowing from a volcanic eruption.

Northern Lights: An interpretations of the Icelandic "Northern Lights", also known as the "Aurora Borealis". This is an abstract painting of this natural phenomenon where colourful lights appear in the night sky, predominantly in high-latitude regions near the Earth's magnetic poles.

Fagradalsfjall: The restrained Icelandic volcano Fagradalsfjall on the Reykjanes peninsula stepped into the spotlight on the evening of March 19, 2021, when an eruptive fissure opened in the Geldingadalir valleys.

Icelandic Circles: Inspired by the long nights, breathtaking beauty and multi-cultural people of Iceland and Canada. There are over 4000 6k paintings woven into this one-of-one ultra HD animation