Páll Gudmundsson frá Húsafelli is a sculptor and artist who composed the work Norðurljós (e. Northern Lights) for the South Iceland Chamber Choir, which was premiered at Cycle Music and Art Festival in Kopavogur, Iceland in August 2015 and later performed at the Nordic Council Prize in Harpa, Iceland in October that same year.
Gudmunsson did part of his studies at the University of Fine Arts in Cologne, Germany. Mostly, he sculptures faces of people out of the rock he finds around Húsafell. He has for example sculptured the faces of Johann Sebastian Bach, Björk, the Icelandic writer Thor Vilhjálmsson and the British composer sir John Tavener. Páll also works as a musician with a unique idiophone, a large xylophone-like instrument made of stones called Steinharpa. He crafted the instrument himself using stones found around his home. With the instrument he has performed along with the Icelandic band Sigur Rós.