Beate Garding Schubert:
Picture "At Home Is The End Of The World No.2" (2023)
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Picture "At Home Is The End Of The World No.2" (2023)
Beate Garding Schubert:
Picture "At Home Is The End Of The World No.2" (2023)

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Acrylic, Collage, Coloured Pencil | Canvas | Format 60 x 60 cm (H/W) | picture hang up | signed certificate of authenticity

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Picture "At Home Is The End Of The World No.2" (2023)
Beate Garding Schubert: Picture "At Home Is The End Of Th...

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Picture "At Home Is The End Of The World No.2" (2023)

"At Home Is The End Of The World" is painted, scratched, sprayed on red background in many layers. There are some symbols on the artwork like houses, sun, trees, leaves, boats. The surface is both vivid and soothing in many areas. Red dominates. Playfulness, spontaneity and joy is central. Our home is extremely important to our lives. Many of my artworks revolve around the theme of home. Here we experience love and affection. This is where we feel safe and secure. "Here comes the sun..." The artwork is 60x60cm and 2 cm deep on high quality canvas. The sides are painted burgundy. The image is firnist (satin) to protect against UV light.

About Bea Schubert

The magic of being a child: Bea Schubert's colorful rebellion against the everyday My artistic expression is a passionate rebellion against the dreariness of everyday life, a manifesto for the joy and wonder of being a child.
In my works, I unfold a world where light-heartedness and imagination reign, where colors come alive and hope and courage take on a tangible form. My artwork encourages people to let go of their everyday worries and instead immerse themselves in a world where joy, creativity and light-heartedness reign. Bea Schubert, born in 1959, is an artist who has not only seen the world, but has absorbed it deeply. Her artistic journey began with her studies at the Braunschweig University of Art under the guidance of Professor Hermann Albert, where she learned the basics of painting. But the real turning point in her career came after her studies, when she decided to leave the conventional path and spend seven years exploring the world with nothing but a backpack.
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