Interview with the Artist Veronika Spleiss
Contemporary Gallery CH asks five questions to German Artist Veronika Spleiss.
"Tension of life between order and chaos that is visually expressed in art."
Veronika Spleiss German painter
What distinguishes your art?
The artstyle is twodimensional. Nevertheless it evokes deepness through the contrast of black and white. Sometimes, my artworks remind me of large painted graphics that have its own structure and order. That gives a fascinating experience to the process as well as to the final state. White or coloured fragments framed in black come together as a whole.
What motivates you?
The effect of my finished paintings. I am often not contented during the art process and work until they are finished. If it is not a sketch, I want to see the painting at its final state. Still that is rarely possible as my artworks take a lot of time because of the numerous details that come together just after a long enduring process.
Which techniques do you use?
I used to paint in oil, but for my artworks acrylic is the better medium.
What was your most impressive moment in your artistic career?
For the moment it was my last art fair experience in Munich, Germany that motivated me a lot to continue and to create art in its chaotic fragments.
A sentence that best describes you and your art?
Tension of life between order and chaos that is visually expressed in art.