In the paintings of June Sira, we meet people of ambiguous age in portraits or tableaus that are symbolic or fragments of a story. She paints with tempera on a primed canvas or pigments and rabbit-skin glue directly on canvas. A classic technique where she expresses a contemporary sensibility. She went to the Oslo National Academy of The Art where she studied painting, printmaking and sculpture from 1985 to1992. She took her Master of Fine Art at the Chelsea School of Art1999/2000. After graduation, she won the National winner at the UBS Art Award, for UK in year 2000. Her work has been purchased by museums and institutions and she exhibits regularly.