Inken Stabell (*1996, Berlin) is a German fine artist and illustrator proficient in both modern and classical ways of drawing and painting. Having specialised in moody and melancholic scenery, Inken's artwork has been exhibited internationally and licensed as album covers as well as book illustrations.
Across a multitude of different traditional media including watercolour, etching, charcoal and oil paint, the landscapes and seascapes form a consistent body of work which is inspired by memories and experiences of the emotional, sublime connection between human and nature.
2019, June - duo exhibition at Halle 4 UG, Baumwollspinnerei, Leipzig, Germany
2019, April - trio exhibition at Gallery No.11, Kivik, Sweden
2017, April - Konstrundan at The Swedish Academy of Realist Art, Simrishamn, Sweden
2017, March - Collaborations with Corinna Seifert at Musikhaus Korn, Leipzig, Germany
2017, January - Gemeinschaftsausstellung der Sylter Kunstfreunde - Stadtgalerie "Alte Post", Westerland, Germany
2013, April - Macht Kunst - Deutsche Bank KunstHalle, Berlin, Germany
(current) MA Illustration at the University of Portsmouth (UK)
3-year fulltime diploma programme at the Swedish Academy of Realist Art
Several years of training by artist Ade Frey