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ART OF JULIANE ARNOLD
JULIANE ARNOLD: INSPIRATIONS FOR MY ART
The pictures of Pablo Picasso hung in my parents' home
all my life. I admired the "girl with the dog", a drawing
so much that I wanted to be able to draw like this Picasso. In the meantime,
I have found mistakes made in this picture and draw my girl better.
The dog is perfect.
The flutter of the dove became the symbol of peace movement and the abstraction of demoiselles and cubism shows the things from several sides at the same time.
Absolutely fascinating impressions, which always flow into my own art. A few years ago I stood in an art exhibition in the paintings of the baroque painter Rembrandt van Rijn and Rubens hung. It was a spiritual experience for me as the door opened and I stood in a room with a huge, Rembrandt painting in each wall. The depth of these images can not be reproduced on any art print. Her intense color, and the luster of the figures, which arose from the darkness, caused a heart-rushing with me, as in an infatuation. I have always fell in love immortal in art. It was the same with the great art exhibition of the Impressionist Paul Cézanne, who was in Tübingen years ago. The faded art prints from postcards and books can only be described as an indication of the intensity of the ink from an original oil painting. How the structure of an image is designed is seen only on an original. The color and the brush stroke belong to the art. It is a tangible and sensual experience, although touching in the art exhibition is strictly prohibited and immediately an alarm is triggered when my nose comes too close to the paintings. "Oil on canvas" stands on each of these impressive paintings. Or "oil on wood" the color intensity of an oil color is not to be surpassed by any acrylic paint. And so I took oil paints and canvas, even though this technique of painting has come out of fashion so today, the impression created by this technique is as impressive as in the paintings of Van Gogh, Gaugin, Monet, Gabriele Münter And Franz Marc.
The plasticity of the expressionism of a Paula Modersohn
Becker has also been an inspiration for my painting, which I took over
I have not even noticed how much the Stuttgart art
museum with its Otto Dix pictures inspired me to paint sometimes less
pleasing figures, distorted and ugly, which represent social-critical
cartoons and scenes. This is now part of my photography projects, by
photographing the "city" of Stuttgart, which is only a more
modern version of the social-critical image of Otto Dix. The rich still
dance to jazzmusik impoverished dark-skinned musicians, while the disabled
and the poor begging on the street and many women are forced to prostitute
themselves. All this also characterizes the cityscape of modern Stuttgart.
My love for art applies to every epoch, and every one brings forth
My selection, therefore, took place according to the feeling, the feeling of spontaneous love in a work of art and this was always my inspiration. Painting, therefore, has remained, for only painting can make a dream visible, and has never been a reflection of any reality, the image of the dream, not only in the surrealism of Salvador Dalí, which the artist has dreamed of and as the soul can find its rest and its mirror. Even if sometimes nightmare distortions occur. Some say the artist always paints herself. A picture always shows something of the state of the soul of the painting person.
My great love for art never went away, and the urge I feel to paint is the urge to create one of these masterpieces that should have the perfection of these famous pictures. I still painted a picture and one more thing to bring all these impressions into my art. Some have reached their goal. My sharpest critic was always myself and I am rarely quite satisfied. And again, there is the next step to achieve perfection. And the next great painting is created.
© August 17, 2017 Author: Mrs. Juliane Arnold.