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Eva Bunker

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Eva Bunker

Born: 1966

Hometown: Düsseldorf

Based in: Düsseldorf

 

Eva Bunker was born 1966 in Düsseldorf, where she still lives and works- she spents half of a year in Dolcedo, Italy.

University study of German and Philosophy, education as a gymnastic teacher, followed by a few years as a teacher at a technical college in Düsseldorf
2002 started spending serious time painting by taking private lessons and joining various workshops and painting courses in Germany and abroad
2013 – 2017 full-time study at „Freie Akademie für Malerei“ in Düsseldorf, graduation with diploma in December 2017
From then on she is working as a freelance artist.

In her paintings she takes up the organic and natural, dissolves their realistic form and transports them into an abstract reorganization. Her compositions are wild and full of energy.

She exhibited in Germany in various, both single or group shows.

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Autumn is the spring of winter

Eva Bunker, Germany

Painting

US$ 1,590

we are so close

Eva Bunker, Germany

Painting

US$ 400

feeling the blues

Eva Bunker, Germany

Painting

US$ 639

Lagune

Eva Bunker, Germany

Painting

US$ 1,200

in moments like these

Eva Bunker, Germany

Painting

US$ 639

whisper of the butterflies

Eva Bunker, Germany

Painting

US$ 400

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About Eva Bunker


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What inspires you?

The contrast between the intense bustle of the city and the external and internal tranquility of nature: I need both for my work. Visiting exhibitions helps me focussing on my themes and offers new views on certain aspects. I love to see the old masters - there is such a lot to learn from their techniques.


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Describe your creative process.

I am not painting to find myself but to forget about me - thats why I do not plan my paintings, it is an intuitive process. At the beginning there is only a rough idea about the colors I want to use. Starting to paint I place surfaces of different colors - both side by side and overlapping. To create varieties of structures I use different pastels or oilpens.


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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

layering, depth, imaginative and playful


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Who are some artists that have influenced your work?

Emil Schumacher, Georg Baselitz, Franz Kline and Hans Hartung. And I absolutely adore the work of Pia Fries


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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

Focus. And a variety of different pens, pastels and charcoals, zinc white.


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

Be brave and never afraid to disturb a painting.


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Where do you go for inspiration?

to the woods near our home and, if possible, I stay in my second home in Italy.

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