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Martina Voigt-Schmid

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Brazillianhat
Brazilian hat, 2008 Mixed-media 100 X 140 Cm © Martina Voigt-Schmid
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Snowfakes in spring, 2007 Aryllic/gouache 100 X 140 Cm © Martina Voigt-Schmid
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Red Meditation, 2008 Acryllic/gouache 90 X 120 © Martina Voigt-Schmid
Fresie
Breakfast, 2008 Acryllic/gouache 70 X 90 © Martina Voigt-Schmid
Redstillife3
Red moments, 2008 Acryllic/gouache 80 X 100 © Martina Voigt-Schmid
Roses_small
Roses, 2009 Acryllic/gouache 70 X 90
Redstillife2
Red moments, 2008 Acryllic/gouache 80x100 © Martina Voigt-Schmid
Blueflower_small
Blue flowers, 2006 Acryllic/gouache 100 X 140 © Martina Voigt-Schmid
Luminous
Luminous, 2009 Acryllic/gouache 160 X 100 © Martina Voigt-Schmid
Redroses
Red flowers, 2010 Acryllic/gouache 60 X 60 © Martina Voigt-Schmid
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Shoes & flowers, 2010 Acryllic/gouache 90 X 70 © Martina Voigt-Schmid
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Giselle, 2010 Acryllic , Crayon and Silver Paste on Canvas 160x100 Cm © Martina Voigt-Schmid
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Frankfurt am Main
Lives in
near Frankfurt/Main
Works in
Nierstein
Tags
gallery, publication mixed-media, modern, digital, abstract, figurative, conceptual, exhibition/performance
Statement

Martina Voigt-Schmid, born in Frankfurt a. M., loves colours and playing with them in the composition of her paintings. Figures and the empty space between things, ornaments, prints - everyday things, as well as patterns like stripes and dots - inspiration comes from various sources. An intrinsic mix of reality, thoughts, feelings, dreams and impressions are layered, partly veiling each other, leaving room for each person to see and perceive different things. Her painting Prof., realist artist Bernd Schwering once said, her paintings are like flying carpets, taking you to a world in between worlds.
Martina Voigt-Schmid has shown her work in various exibitions in Germany and Switzerland, Locarno, where she worked with a gallery (casa d'arte) for many years. Currently, she's involved in editing a young parenting magazine in Germany, KidsLife, but wants to hang on to her own "flying carpet"!