"Climate change is leading to more and more extreme weather events. The dry summers of the last two years have severely affected our forests. This year, too, it has been too dry so far and the risk of forest fires is increasing. All we can do is hope for rain and for mankind to change the way it treats its environment."
Chrössi Schnell, *1983 Goch Germany, studied art, theater and education in Essen. After completing her studies in 2013, she first worked in Mülheim a.d. Ruhr and Hanover. Today she works as a teacher of art and theater in Bocholt.
The landscape of her home on the Lower Rhine with many cows, flat land and the wide sky, in which one you can see a special sunset every evening, is an important source of inspiration. The modest circumstances of her childhood and the rural environment characterize the artist to this day and have produced her particular experimentation.
"Never stop! were the words of my lecturers Eberhardt and Buse after passing my exam at the University of Duisburg-Essen, which is why I always look for new challenges after my studies and work and I like to work with different materials and coloring. The repertoire of my work is therefore very broad and constantly expanding."
The artist donates a part of the proceeds of all sold paintings to NABU (Nature Conservation League Germany) as well as to the German Animal Protection League and Greenpeace.
Find out more at www.chroessikunst.de
|Country of Origin:||Germany|
|Time Period:||21th Century|
|Image Size:||60 x 42 cm|
|Total Size:||30 x 30 cm|
|Primary Color:||Black, Multi|
|Secondary Color:||Green, Gold|
|Size:||Small (till 60 cm)|