Ingrid Koivukangas

Environmental Artist

Ingrid Koivukangas (BFA,MFA) is an award-winning environmental artist, photographer, teacher and writer. Her work is about reconnecting people back to nature.  She integrates new technology to creates site specific works, permanent public works, site specific installations, sculpture, photography, painting, drawing and printmaking. Ingrid has been featured in numerous books, publications, podcasts and as a guest artist-in-residence on CBC-TV. She is the co-creator of Alchemy Farm, a bee and pollinator haven on Salt Spring Island in beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
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Gallery Shop – Art for Bees

About Ingrid

Nature and flower lover, award-winning artist
and designer, Master Organic Gardener,
flower essence whisperer. Weimaraner wrangler
and Siamese cat servant. Coffee lover,
life-long student and flower music co-creator.
Writer, publisher, oracle deck creator and intuitive.
Photographer, adventurer, idea generator,
bee haven guardian, KIVA loans for women in
agriculture in developing countries. Lover of life,
thinker of big ideas firmly anchored
in the macro looking out to the cosmos.

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Salt Spring Island, BC



Think of it — our physical bodies are made up of stardust, ancient dinosaur bones, trillions of cells that communicate with other cells, water that is controlled by the moon just as the tides are – water that is affected by our very thoughts.

We breathe air that has been recirculating around the globe for millennia – we breathe the same air that our ancient ancestors once did. We are interwoven into the very fabric of the Earth – the Earth is interwoven into each of our physical beings.