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Anna Schüler

Anna Schüler

Born: 1955

Hometown: Selm

Based in: Germany

Anna Schueler lives and works as a full-time artist in a small town in Germany. She studied German and theology and then decided to follow her deep desire to study free art at the Institute for Art and Art Therapy. She is a painter and mixed media artist focused on abstract paintings, mixed media art and collages. She works with acrylics as well as oilpaint, which offers different options in the style of painting. Her work is bold and colourful while retaining delicate markings and hazy backgrounds. It is shown in solo and group exhibitions, including Art Fairs such as the Biennale Internationale, Florenz, Italy and the Women`s Art Museum, Bonn, Germany. International Exhibitions - Sales Worldwide. Her work is published in Artmagazines (Online und Print) such as Palette, Kunstspektrum, Elusive Muse and in Artbooks: Artists of the world und Bullet Proof and in the book of Poems by Greece Writer Dimitri Dimitriadis. Self published book ” Under Influence in 2013.


3 works for sale

Wet Land

Anna Schüler, Germany

Painting

$ 2,500

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FLOATING WILD by Anna Schüler

Anna Schüler, Germany

Painting

$ 1,800

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In the realm of the snake king V by Anna Schüler

Anna Schüler, Germany

Painting

$ 1,200

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More About Anna Schüler

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What inspires you?

My paintings are created from an attempt to capture the unknown that moves our souls and to find the spirit within.

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Describe your creative process.

My paintings are a result of the endeavor to capture everything that stirs our innermost. To this end, I apply layer upon layer until a complex piece emerges.

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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

colorful, energetic, gestural

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Who are some artists that have influenced your work?

Cy Twombly, Peter Casagrande, Emil Schumacher, Joan Mitchell

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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

Silence

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What is the best piece of advice you have been given?

Just do your art!

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Where do you go for inspiration?

Nature

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