Muschel II (Shell II)

Kühn, Anita

KC90112

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  • Kühn has been fascinated by the perfection and grandness of nature since her childhood, which as the source of art is always the starting point for her inspiration.
  • Some of the tinted pictures are reminiscent of fossils or rock formations.
  • The memory of the past - and what remains - are an expression of timelessness and permanence.

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  • Can be framed accordingly. Contact us for options.
  • From the 28.11.2019 to see in the sales exhibition in the gallery Bülles (Duisburg, Germany).

Anita Kühn (*1973, Wesel, Germany) shows in her abstract pictures her view of nature, which is always the starting point of her works.

After completing her studies of painting and graphic design at the IBKK Bochum, she graduated in 2010 in the master class of Prof. Dr. med. Qi Yang. As a member of the artist group MAL-ART Hamminkeln (since 2007) and in various art projects, a predilection for watercolor, oil and acrylic painting, as well as spatula techniques has developed.

The result is abstract, color-intensive works that express moods and feelings from their personal source of inspiration, nature. Motifs with humans, animals and flowers are central themes of their work. The tinted pictures are reminiscent of fossils or earth cuttings.

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Technique:Spatula acrylic technique with glazes
Surface:Canvas
Country of Origin:Germany
Handsigned:Yes
Topic:Animals
Style:Contemporary Art
Time Period:21th Century
Total Size:90,0 x 90,0 cm
Primary Color:Creme
Secondary Color:Pastel Colors