Hidden object canvases with their own philosophical stories as Hieronymus Bosch painted them - that is what the painter Veronika Spleiss (born 1993) creates. "The viewer seems to get lost in the overabundance of details in her paintings, which are located somewhere between comic and Kandinsky", as Jürgen Moises of the Süddeutsche Zeitung writes. The artist often uses abstract and geometric forms. Her painting palette resembles a rush of colour tones full of expressiveness, which in turn seem reduced within a work of art. With the colour and form described, her artworks show a confusion that makes us aware of the tension and diversity of life between order and chaos. Philosophically, the painter tries to take a look at all perspectives of everyday life. Her artistic work has so far created the following art series: Following the Black Lines, Life Series, Perspectives, Paths, Energy and the Invisible Stories. Veronika Spleiss is represented by renowned art galleries such as Galerie Klose in Essen, the Hundertwasser House Grüne Zitadelle in Magdeburg, singulart in Paris, and justBEE in Masevaux. Veronika Spleiss has participated in numerous exhibitions and international art fairs in Germany, Italy, Switzerland and the USA. The painter has been nominated for two art awards, the YAS Award 2020 and the Renate Hendricks & Valentine Rothe Prize 2021. Her "Wimmelbilder" can be found in private collections all over the world: in Japan, France, Switzerland, Germany, Austria and the USA.
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