The German painter Andrea M. Weiss has been drawing and painting since her childhood. The focus of her artistic work is on abstract painting. The large format and expressive acrylic paintings, which acquire their substance and depth through the application and removal of layers of paint and repainting. Her works are created intuitively and reflect the current emotional world of the artist. Your pictures are a life affirming statement and should leave the viewer with an exclusively positive, warm feeling. In her apprenticeship at an art dealer in Osnabrück, Germany and her activity of designing made-to-measure frames, she innovated the hitherto unique idea of permanently installed shadow gap frames made of steel. Her paintings are simply “complete”.
Flash for empathy
The “flash for empathy” is a series of large-format works (2,10 m x 2,10 m). Each work suggests a portrait but with three bars blocking a view like a blindfold. The series provides a wide margin of interpretation in terms of one’s media use and position in society. It raises questions and invites reflection. The artist brings to canvas her subjective impressions of our rapidly changing coexistence. She explores the characteristics that determine our personal and social identity such as sustainability, joy, empathy, reflection, enthusiasm, inner peace and happiness. The intense and radiant colour combinations speak of the artist’s heart-warming faith that every individual is different and perfect in their special way. Every work in the series is unique like a person. Her intention is to inspire the viewers to reflect upon themselves, to rediscover their true purpose and trust themselves more. Her work is also a call to take another look, to raise the gaze, tune in to a person in front of you and establish a meaningful dialogue. To extend this positive message of confidence and sustainability, each work is encased in a sturdy shadow gap steel frame. It’s complete
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