Vernissage 11.02. at 3 pm with artist talk with Martin Jamborsky and music by Martha Lea Hasselberg / vocals, guitar, piano
"Dreams, visions, unexpected figures that creep into my paintings during the intuitive painting process condense into a pictorial space with its very own reality, which sometimes exceeds the quality of the real. My painting is a permanent search. I wrestle with the light of the colors to express my search and my longing. A longing for something original, true and beautiful - for primal, wild power. I don't paint to give answers, just as a bird doesn't sing because it has an answer, but because it has a song.""
"Maria Müller usually works with acrylic or oil paints. She either applies the paint to the canvas with a brush, or she uses palette knives to apply the paint roughly and thickly and smudge it; she can also use her finger to help her. The artist paints in large formats. She gives free rein to color and form. The painter allows the picture to develop organically and says: "The picture paints me, not me the picture." (...)