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  • Art. illustration. For Example: lena schmidt

    07.06.2013

    lena schmidt

    illustration

    Beautifully delicate illustrations and mark making, a perfect contrast to the dark, heavy and opressive choice of canvas. The haunting, nightmarish imagery of souless urban corners and the decision to work on lonely pieces of found wood, make for a wonderfully dark and emotional collection of work from a very talented artist.The images of dark, wet, empty nighttime urban streets are haunting, populated by power lines and the harsh light of an uncovered street lamp. However, the canvas that German artist Lena Schmidt uses are pieces of found wood, which she works on with marker and knifes to come up with her cityscapes—all of that eerie light, the brick facades, the watery streets are created by drawing and scraping, all in tones of off-white and black. Schmidt calls her artworks urbanscapes—they refer to places that generate themselves from nonplaces, she says, from the transit zones of the city, traffic interchanges, road systems, crossroads and deserted old industrial brick buildings. Born 1981 in Bremen. Lena Schmidt lives and works in Hamburg, Germany. She studied Fine Art at the Hochschule für Bildenden Künste Hamburg from 2004 to 2011 with Prof. Matt Mullican (Sculpture) and Prof. Mari Jose Burki (Video Art).

    www.lenaschmidt.com
  • Art. illustration. For Example: lena schmidt

    07.06.2013

    lena schmidt

    illustration

    Beautifully delicate illustrations and mark making, a perfect contrast to the dark, heavy and opressive choice of canvas. The haunting, nightmarish imagery of souless urban corners and the decision to work on lonely pieces of found wood, make for a wonderfully dark and emotional collection of work from a very talented artist.The images of dark, wet, empty nighttime urban streets are haunting, populated by power lines and the harsh light of an uncovered street lamp. However, the canvas that German artist Lena Schmidt uses are pieces of found wood, which she works on with marker and knifes to come up with her cityscapes—all of that eerie light, the brick facades, the watery streets are created by drawing and scraping, all in tones of off-white and black. Schmidt calls her artworks urbanscapes—they refer to places that generate themselves from nonplaces, she says, from the transit zones of the city, traffic interchanges, road systems, crossroads and deserted old industrial brick buildings. Born 1981 in Bremen. Lena Schmidt lives and works in Hamburg, Germany. She studied Fine Art at the Hochschule für Bildenden Künste Hamburg from 2004 to 2011 with Prof. Matt Mullican (Sculpture) and Prof. Mari Jose Burki (Video Art).

    www.lenaschmidt.com
  • Art. illustration. For Example: lena schmidt

    07.06.2013

    lena schmidt

    illustration

    Beautifully delicate illustrations and mark making, a perfect contrast to the dark, heavy and opressive choice of canvas. The haunting, nightmarish imagery of souless urban corners and the decision to work on lonely pieces of found wood, make for a wonderfully dark and emotional collection of work from a very talented artist.The images of dark, wet, empty nighttime urban streets are haunting, populated by power lines and the harsh light of an uncovered street lamp. However, the canvas that German artist Lena Schmidt uses are pieces of found wood, which she works on with marker and knifes to come up with her cityscapes—all of that eerie light, the brick facades, the watery streets are created by drawing and scraping, all in tones of off-white and black. Schmidt calls her artworks urbanscapes—they refer to places that generate themselves from nonplaces, she says, from the transit zones of the city, traffic interchanges, road systems, crossroads and deserted old industrial brick buildings. Born 1981 in Bremen. Lena Schmidt lives and works in Hamburg, Germany. She studied Fine Art at the Hochschule für Bildenden Künste Hamburg from 2004 to 2011 with Prof. Matt Mullican (Sculpture) and Prof. Mari Jose Burki (Video Art).

    www.lenaschmidt.com
  • Art. illustration. For Example: lena schmidt

    07.06.2013

    lena schmidt

    illustration

    Beautifully delicate illustrations and mark making, a perfect contrast to the dark, heavy and opressive choice of canvas. The haunting, nightmarish imagery of souless urban corners and the decision to work on lonely pieces of found wood, make for a wonderfully dark and emotional collection of work from a very talented artist.The images of dark, wet, empty nighttime urban streets are haunting, populated by power lines and the harsh light of an uncovered street lamp. However, the canvas that German artist Lena Schmidt uses are pieces of found wood, which she works on with marker and knifes to come up with her cityscapes—all of that eerie light, the brick facades, the watery streets are created by drawing and scraping, all in tones of off-white and black. Schmidt calls her artworks urbanscapes—they refer to places that generate themselves from nonplaces, she says, from the transit zones of the city, traffic interchanges, road systems, crossroads and deserted old industrial brick buildings. Born 1981 in Bremen. Lena Schmidt lives and works in Hamburg, Germany. She studied Fine Art at the Hochschule für Bildenden Künste Hamburg from 2004 to 2011 with Prof. Matt Mullican (Sculpture) and Prof. Mari Jose Burki (Video Art).

    www.lenaschmidt.com
  • Art. illustration. For Example: lena schmidt

    07.06.2013

    lena schmidt

    illustration

    Beautifully delicate illustrations and mark making, a perfect contrast to the dark, heavy and opressive choice of canvas. The haunting, nightmarish imagery of souless urban corners and the decision to work on lonely pieces of found wood, make for a wonderfully dark and emotional collection of work from a very talented artist.The images of dark, wet, empty nighttime urban streets are haunting, populated by power lines and the harsh light of an uncovered street lamp. However, the canvas that German artist Lena Schmidt uses are pieces of found wood, which she works on with marker and knifes to come up with her cityscapes—all of that eerie light, the brick facades, the watery streets are created by drawing and scraping, all in tones of off-white and black. Schmidt calls her artworks urbanscapes—they refer to places that generate themselves from nonplaces, she says, from the transit zones of the city, traffic interchanges, road systems, crossroads and deserted old industrial brick buildings. Born 1981 in Bremen. Lena Schmidt lives and works in Hamburg, Germany. She studied Fine Art at the Hochschule für Bildenden Künste Hamburg from 2004 to 2011 with Prof. Matt Mullican (Sculpture) and Prof. Mari Jose Burki (Video Art).

    www.lenaschmidt.com
  • Art. illustration. For Example: lena schmidt

    07.06.2013

    lena schmidt

    illustration

    Beautifully delicate illustrations and mark making, a perfect contrast to the dark, heavy and opressive choice of canvas. The haunting, nightmarish imagery of souless urban corners and the decision to work on lonely pieces of found wood, make for a wonderfully dark and emotional collection of work from a very talented artist.The images of dark, wet, empty nighttime urban streets are haunting, populated by power lines and the harsh light of an uncovered street lamp. However, the canvas that German artist Lena Schmidt uses are pieces of found wood, which she works on with marker and knifes to come up with her cityscapes—all of that eerie light, the brick facades, the watery streets are created by drawing and scraping, all in tones of off-white and black. Schmidt calls her artworks urbanscapes—they refer to places that generate themselves from nonplaces, she says, from the transit zones of the city, traffic interchanges, road systems, crossroads and deserted old industrial brick buildings. Born 1981 in Bremen. Lena Schmidt lives and works in Hamburg, Germany. She studied Fine Art at the Hochschule für Bildenden Künste Hamburg from 2004 to 2011 with Prof. Matt Mullican (Sculpture) and Prof. Mari Jose Burki (Video Art).

    www.lenaschmidt.com
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