Friday, June 29, 2018

01 Paintings, PORTRAIT OF A LADY, of the 18th & 19th C., with Footnotes. #37

Romy Campe, Germany
JAPANESE, from the series "Humans"
Oil and Charcoal on Canvas
51.2 H x 39.4 W x 1.2 in

The series Humans refers to the subject of refugees. It shows that we are all human beings. No matter what nationality we have.

Romy CampeThe Berlin-based artist Romy Campe studied painting and graphics at the IBKK Bochum and runs the renowned art magazine Kunstleben Berlin. In 2006, Romy Campe began creating fine art pieces, art prints, collages, sculptures and more. Campe finds inspiration in the people around her. In their energy, feelings and the interpersonal relationships. Human Energy is the strongest, she says. It can move mountains or dig insurmountable trenches. Campe grew up in the anonymous city of Berlin. Even as a child, she intensively observes the people around her and invented fantasy stories. Every neighbor, every teacher or roommate got his own role. Now she transfers these stories to art. Romy Campes works are exhibited internationally. For example in Berlin, New York or Bonair. Website: More on Romy Campe

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