Ilona Schmidt:
Picture "Start again" (2021)
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Picture "Start again" (2021)
Ilona Schmidt:
Picture "Start again" (2021)

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Acrylic, Coloured Pencil, Oil Pastel | Canvas, stretched on stretcher frame | Format 120 x 70 cm (H/W) | signed certificate of authenticity

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Picture "Start again" (2021)
Ilona Schmidt: Picture "Start again" (2021)

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Picture "Start again" (2021)

"Start Again" Everything back to square one, start over and do everything differently...? Portrait expressive Red, green, blue, colorful

About Ilona Schmidt

I live and work in Hamburg. Since 2007 free artistic studies in painting and sculpture.
Since 2011 numerous exhibitions at home and abroad Since 2013 member of the Bundesverband bildender Künstler/ Landesverband Schleswig Holstein. Works in private collections in Argentina, Canada, Italy and United States. Represented in the art collection Tempowerk Hamburg My constant interest in the different individual human characteristics and peculiarities and my enthusiasm for art led me to the decision to start an independent study and to follow a path of continuous self-optimization and refinement of my own techniques. Thus, my development can be described as a kind of journey through the world of art, constantly meeting new people, techniques, places and impressions. Life itself, the fascination that lies in the detail of social interaction, leave a deep emotional imprint on me, which I translate in my artwork. My goal is to express my thoughts and ideas on various topics such as the environment, fragility or issues of belonging through the use of different methods to give the viewer of my art a different understanding. Through the unconventionality of painting and the unadulterated rendering of my thoughts, I also try to bring problematic issues such as questions of social injustice, the transience of existence, death, but also strong emotions such as anger and grief to a more direct, emotional level. In doing so, I engage in a form of self-study in which I grapple with current issues and ideas and use the emotions released in the process to give the issues more personal meaning and new relevance. The entire process of creating one of my works is as diverse as my works themselves. This is because I give equal space to every impression or emotion. This also means that each inspiration requires a different approach. In my work, I am largely guided by my intuition and do without classical methods such as scripts or sketches. My creative process is thus the fusion of the manifestation of what I have experienced in my thoughts and my own intuition.
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