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Susanne Kurwig is an abstract, expressionit painter from Nettetal/Germany.
Bright colors, floral & organic shapes find space in her paintings as impressions from nature, her inner world.
Colorful contrasts and strong rhythms float together in an imaginative harmony. The joie de vivre of her work takes the viewer along, creates emotional touches of vitality.
By using different art supplies like acrylic, oilpastel, ink, pen, spraypaint, structure gel and more, every artwork tells its story.
From a place of intuition, combined with knowledge about colors and material she builds up the painting layer by layer and expressive marks.
The interview with me on Artistcloseup.com
With over 10,000 visits a week it is Artistcloseup the fastest growing art blog on the internet. You can find the interview here .
giclee art prints
You can now also purchase high-quality Giclée reproductions of various original paintings.
The art print is printed on
Hahnemühle William Turner paper.
With its matt watercolor structure, the material of the natural white handmade paper from Hahnemühle (310 g/m²) looks and feels like handmade artist paper.
It is a high quality pigment print in museum quality.
The selection of prints can be found here.
your Housing gain with
There are four questions that many ask themselves
art collectors/buyers if they
planning the purchase of a painting and thinking about where and how it will look best in their home. I asked Marion Hellweg, author of the book
"Living with paintings".
You can download your answers here.
New in the shop
"North south east west"
The pictures are painted on a 30x30cm canvas. I used acrylics, ink, oil pastels, china markers and collage papers. The collage papers are designed by myself. I then tore them into suitable pieces and used them to create the paintin. The paintings partly shows geometric color areas, which partly dissolve again. Lines and brushstrokes of various strengths bring movement and tension to the artwork. Rest - power - dynamics. It is a series of four, named after the four cardinal points.The paintings are framed with a wooden floating frame, to the shop.