Eva Fellner was born in Hungary and she is living since 1977 in Vienna /Austria.
Eva obtained her first award at the age of 14 by winning the first price of the Budapest school competition in the field of small sculptures. After matriculation, she worked as a restaurateur in the Hungarian National Gallery. In addition, she took five times a week courses in Desi Huber’s Artist circle. She also worked in the field of graphics and china paintings (porcelain) and ended successfully the course as a shop-window decorator. Furthermore she also visited courses at Art school Lazarettgasse in Vienna and Seminars by Prof.Fischer / Academy of Fine Arts and Professor Kaiser / Univ. Applied art as well in Vienna. She took part in 100 exhibitions national and abroad, among them participation in the "16-17th Seoul Int'l Art Festival 2007 and 2009" Korea , Biennale Florence, Gallery 24 _Dumbo New York April 2008 Leopold peace prize nominates Castle Klosterneuburg, Int. Art Festival Kiev ,Seihoun Gallery, Los Angeles,Athen,Paris,Las Vegas ,Santa Fe ,Germanie ,Barcelona, Mexico, Hungary ,Columbien ,Argentinien, Rostov Museum Grekof, The Henan Art Museum in Zhengzhou, China Winning Artist "The World’s Greatest Erotic Art Today" Vol3 Book Presentation and Exhibitions Tour/USA. Peace Project Exhibitions Tour/USA.New York Billboard Times Square. Räresentantin for Austria in the Museum of the Americas Miami and Director of International Artists Association in Hungary 21C ICAA
Today Eva’s art is in galleries and permanent collections around the world, and we are pleased that she generously shares with iGallerY her very professional works of vibrant color and energy. The direction and shape of her new art is an intimate insight that speaks to us through soft expressions and captured movements. She uses the flow of her brush to create painting gestures that lead from one shape into another with sinew and line technique that is as organic as it is voluptuous. Eva sums up her approach by saying “I scoop on the one hand from personal experiences and on the other hand from my observations. The basic idea presented in my work is that every living being within his environment interacts and rules his life independently. What arise from that experience becomes visible in my paintings.”
Mary Kee TheArtGuide NY
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