Vogel-Stelling, Renate

  • Expressive Realism: Etablissement Scene.
  • Vogel-Stelling: "I let my hand go, and where the brush becomes heavy, I push."

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During her education in Worpswede R. VOGEL-STELLING "found out how to free ecstasy, to free her characteristics, to make the canvas vibrate when painting on it" said Antke Bornemann, the convenor responsible for cultural affairs in the community of Lilienthal, on the occasion of an art exhibition.

R. Vogel Stelling paints on instinct. Only a few artists do so nowadays. She expresses her feelings in her paintings.

R. Vogel-Stelling is extremely engaged in painting, in eveything that is going on around her.

© 1996 Renate Vogel-Stelling http://www.vogel-stelling.de/Einfuehrung.htm

  • Born in Gdansk.
  • Grown up in Bremen.

Meeting with the internationally renowned French painter Prof. PATRICK MAICHE in Nice - F, encouragement to study free painting.

1986 - 1990
Artistic education in free painting with Prof. Patrick Maiche/Nice. Numerous study trips to France and Holland.

1987 - 2020
Over 70 solo and group exhibitions in art galleries and public institutions at home and abroad. Special highlights in the life of the painter:

R. VOGEL-STELLING was authorized by the Bremen Senate to exhibit her two large paintings "GRENZEN-los" and "Prager Botschaft, 30 Sept. 1989" - two works of contemporary history - on the occasion of the "TAG DER EINHEIT" (federal festival act) at the Bremen Congress Center.

She was entered in the DOCUMENTA Archive/KASSEL with her major work "QUO VADIS".

A meeting with Michail GORBATSCHOW took place at the Park-Hotel in Bremen, where she personally presented her work "GRENZEN-los" for the Gorbatschow Foundation-Moscow. The Office of the Federal President of Germany suggested that Renate VOGEL-STELLING be awarded the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany for this gesture of international unity.

Art prize winner "MARITIM"/Bremen with the work "Neptune's Gespielinnen" (120 x 210 cm, REVOST structure).

Oct. 2010: Personal invitation.
The President of the Senate of the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen - Mayor Jens Böhrnsen - invites R. Vogel-Stelling to the ceremony:

"20 Years of German Unity - Bremen 2010" (major event in Bremen).
The artist's works are in private ownership and public institutions in Moscow, France, the Balearic Islands, Romania, mainland Spain, the Netherlands, USA, etc.

Technique: Oil Paint
Surface: Canvas
Year: 2018
Country of Origin: Germany
Signed: Yes
Topic: Nude
Style: Expressive Realism
Time Period: 21th Century
Image Size: 160 x 130 cm
Total Size: 175 x 145 cm in frame
Orientation: Landscape
Primary Color: Turquoise
Secondary Color: Red

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