Ute Meyer:
Picture "Baltic Sea / Tranderup / Ærø" (2009)
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Picture "Baltic Sea / Tranderup / Ærø" (2009)
Ute Meyer:
Picture "Baltic Sea / Tranderup / Ærø" (2009)

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Oil | Canvas, stretched on stretcher frame | Format 70 x 40 cm (H/W) | picture hang up | signed certificate of authenticity

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Picture "Baltic Sea / Tranderup / Ærø" (2009)
Ute Meyer: Picture "Baltic Sea / Tranderup / Ærø" (2009)

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Picture "Baltic Sea / Tranderup / Ærø" (2009)

This picture was taken on the Danish island of Ærø directly on the spot. In the foreground shine red berries of hawthorn. The view goes over ocher and green fields to the Baltic Sea, which changes from gray, blue, turquoise. In the distance, a part of a cliff can be seen. White cloud banks stand against the light blue sky. The application of paint is impasto, the brushwork spontaneous and strong. This emphasizes the structures of the vegetation and water. The canvas is hand-covered and primed several times. The edges are painted. The picture suspension consists of a steel cable. The signature is on the front.

About Ute Meyer

Ute Meyer 1957 in Oldenburg, born in Lower Saxony and raised in Husum on the west coast has her studio in Flensburg on the east coast.
In the eighties she completed a degree in art education. She worked for over 30 years in a youth center with a focus on artistic design. Since 2007 she has shown her work nationally and internationally in exhibitions and galleries. Her paintings can be found with collectors at home and abroad. One of her main focuses is plein air painting. She works in her own garden or at the Danish Baltic Sea. Over the years, she has developed a way of working outdoors that allows her to finish large-format canvases in one go, capturing the mood of the day. The constantly changing weather conditions and the changing light conditions influence the painting process and the image design, delay it or accelerate it. Other work -series such as macro studies of the beach or people and animals in the landscape are created in the studio. In the abstract painting are starting points experiences and experiences from their daily lives. Oil on canvas or wood, washed pen drawings and watercolor are her means of expression.
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