Human thoughts circle
90 x 120 Cm
Abstraction Art, Acrylic and acrylic paste
A human being is a part of the whole called by us universe, a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feeling as something separated from the rest
Cornelia Steckhan (Munich – Germany) currently lives and paints in Munich and Imperial Beach, California.
She created and applied a New Painting Trend of Cosalien (Cos = Cosmos+alien = Cosalien) (Patent protect exist)
The term futurism comes from the Latin futurum (future). The artist breaks with everything she sees as obsolete and traditional. She tries to set a new art trend.
According to the futuristic artist, “art” is supposed to correspond to actual life rather than to reflect the past. Imitation of the past, whether as a theme or a motif, should be avoided, since it does not correspond to the originality and the time appropriately.
Futurism frowned upon the old beauty ideals and sought “its” beauty ideals in speed and dynamics, cosmos, alien, futurology, science. On the other hand, if we look at their new images, we see a completely different cosmos; It is a cosmos in unfolding, in constant change, an open cosmos of infinite diversity.
The German artist’s seemingly simplistic paintings reveal an incredible sophistication expressing her emotional experience versus physical reality. Starting late in the world of art after a successful business career, Cornelia’s paintings depict her subjective emotions and responses that arise from her personal experiences.
She has made a massive impact on the art world in a short time with her expressionist paintings.
Cornelia travels extensively, absorbing art and architecture from the various cultures. She is a conceptual artist, abstract expressionist artist, her abstraction is the thought process in which ideas are distanced from objects. Abstraction uses a strategy of simplification of detail, wherein formerly concrete details are left ambiguous, vague, or undefined and photographer inspired by color, pattern, texture, and light.
She had many exhibitions in San Diego, Coronado, Imperial Beach – California, Arizona – USA, following successful showings in Ensenada – Mexico, many exhibitions in Munich – Germany, Bucharest – Romania, Florence – Italy, Calpe – Spain, Hambantota – Sri Lanka, Dubai Burj Khalifa Armani Hotel and Dubai Palm Jumeirah Island – United Arab Emirates, New York City – USA. And her newest exhibition will take place in Rome – Italy on July 7, 2018.
“I love to share my imagination and feelings through my paintings and I am inspired by everything I encounter on this incredible journey of life.
My paintings are not finished and fixed, they change to the same extent as the thoughts. When they are finished, they continue to change according to the mood of the viewer. I do paint the things as in my flow of thoughts, not as I see them.”