Yoana and the revelation of Mr. Right

IMG_3175_EDT2Painting “Yoana and the revelation of Mr. Right” 2014 (120x90cm, acrylic on canvas).

As an artist I’m inspired by other artists, that is, painters, sculptors, writers and photographers. Among my favorite painters you can find Picasso, Matisse, Rousseau, Van Gogh, Kirchner, Chagall, Kahlo and Lichtenstein, but there’s one in particular that made a big impact on me when I saw his painting “The Empire of Light II” at the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in New York.

(Who is it then?)…

The answer is René Magritte, one of a kind artist, a painter-philosopher who thought in images, moving from fantastic idea to fantastic idea with apparently playful light-heartedness [1]. Now, let me tell you that for me, no painting at the MOMA compares to the mystery evoked by the painting a mentioned above (really! I was so excited that I wanted to cry).

(So…) The painting “Yoana and the revelation of Mr. Right” is a tribute to this magnificent artist and at the same time to my artist-writer sister, who also fell in love with Magritte’s work.

(But, does this painting have a meaning?)… Well, this question can be answered by the following words by René Magritte;

“Visible images which conceal nothing; they evoke mystery and, indeed, when one sees one of my pictures, one asks oneself this simple question, 'What does that mean?'. It does not mean anything, because mystery means nothing either, it is unknowable.“

(Who is this Mr. Right I talk about in this painting?)…

The only thing I’m sure about is that this person, this man who is Mr. Right will be soon revealed, or at least that’s the hope I have. (to be continued…)


Now, WELCOME to the backstage photo shooting gallery!

I took the photos while Simone Di Santo was working with Yoana(not that bad or what do you think?).IMG_2854_EDT

Yoana looking very professional in her charaterization.

I have to admit that once in while I interrupted Simone’s work because he ususally said to me “Elena, please move a little bit because you are appearing in the photo” (Ups!)IMG_2860_EDT

The talented photographer working hard.

Breathe Yoana, breathe! We know it’s a lot of work, but it’s totally worth it.IMG_2845_EDT

Yoana feeling relaxed.

We had the complete support from the staff members of Liverpool Store at Galerías Tabasco 2000, they helped a lot by letting us use the Men's Fitting Rooms and by bringing the right suit’s size for Yoana (although men’s clothes are big, even the smallest size!)…IMG_2850_EDT

Photo by MEVM: “The thinker”, 2014.

A planned day for us  (Yoana, Simone and I) turned out to be an UNEXPECTED day for the people working at the store, who told us “These things never happen here!”IMG_2872_EDTAfter trying several rooms for the photo shooting we ended up in the biggest one.



Just checking the work done.

The model also wanted to contribute with her selfie… (remember that this painitng is part of the project “This is not a selfie” to be exhibited next 2015 in Villahermosa, Tabasco).IMG_2925_EDT

Yoana’s selfie.

I hope you liked this publication, and for next one you will see the artistic gallery by Simone Di Santo!!!

Thank you for visiting this site,




[1] Weidemann, C., Nippe, C. 50 MODERN ARTISTS YOU SHOULD KNOW. Munich, Germany: Prestel Verlag, 2010. pp. 90-91.

Creative support by: Yoana Vargas Magaña

Web page created by: Jonathan Nuño Jarquin

Photographs by: María Elena Vargas Magaña (MEVM)

I would like to thank Liverpool Store at Galerías Tabasco 2000, Villahermosa, Tabasco to make the photo shooting possible, as well as the support from the following staff members: Petrona Cruz Gallego, Javier Eduardo Montes and Miguel Ángel Pérez.




2014 SEED Artwork Competition


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Isela Ascencio Mexico’s Schlumberger-SEED Coordinator showing the winning artworks.

A total success was the call for 2014 Schlumberger-SEED Artwork Competition among all SEED Schools in Mexico. With this year topic “Mathematics are beautiful”, children were able to show their creativity and inspiration by drawing how the mathematics are present in nature, on the Earth and in our lives… (Cool!, isn´t it?).

Isela Ascencio Mexico’s Schlumberger-SEED Coordinator was in charge of this amazing initiative, visiting the SEED Schools, promoting this competition, gathering the artworks from all locations in Mexico and asking for volunteers to support this project… (Not an easy task, right?).

Thanks to all this work and the complete support from the Management, the voting process was a great succes. (So…) I’m pleased to announce the winning artworks:

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1st Place: Hiram Alejandro Meza Pulido, 11 years, SEED School: Ignacio Lopez Rayón in Coatzintla Veracruz, Art Professor: Mayra Mar Pérez. 


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2nd Place: Berenice Guadalupe Alvarez Hernandez, 17 years, SEED School: Secundaria Técnica # 11 in Villahermosa, Tabasco, Art teacher: Jesús Cerrillo Cruz. 


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2nd Place: Gerardo Adrian Jimenez Garcia, 10 years, SEED School: Francisco I. Madero in Papantla, Veracruz, Art Teacher: Hector A. Jiménez García. 


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2nd Place: Stephania Guadalupe Lázaro Mass, 15 years, SEED School: Secundaria Técnica # 11 in Villahermosa, Tabasco, Art teacher: Jesús Cerrillo Cruz.


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2nd Place: Nimbe Lizeth Olarte López, 9 years, SEED School: Francisco I. Madero in Papantla, Veracruz, Art Teacher: Isaac Pérez Acuña.


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2nd Place: Britney Yamilett Hernandez Pérez, 14 years, SEED School: Secundaria Técnica # 21 in Cd. del Carmen, Campeche, Art Teacher: Juana de Jesús Montero Alvarado. 


SEED Schools’ students were so excited to participate in this project…

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SEED School students. 


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SEED School student working on her artwork. 


And what about the volunteers? (Well, we also did a good job!)…just chek it out!

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Simone Di Santo (Wireline) taking pictures of the artworks.


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Yoana Vargas (Petro-Technical Services) and Isela Ascencio classifying the artworks into the corresponding category.


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María Elena Vargas (Petro-Technical Services) reviewing that all artist’s information is accurate.


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Isela Ascencio working hard for this 2014 SEED Artwork Competition.


Thank you very much to all the people who contributed to make this contest possible…

When there is a will, there is a way!



Creative support by: Yoana Vargas Magaña

Web page created by: Jonathan Nuño

Photographs by: María Elena Vargas Magaña and Simone Di Santo

Votes by: Arindam Bhattacharya (President Mexico & Central America), Canice McGarry (MCA-MKT Manager), Jose Luis Lacruz (OFS Manager–MXS), Alejandro Scheffler (OFS Manager– MXM), Gerardo Villela (OFS Manager–MXNE), Diego Soler (MKT Manager–MXS), Cesar Velez, Claudia Castro (MCA DTS Operations Manager-MXS), Ana María Guzmán, Roberto Bernardis, Miguel Villalobos, Carlos Alcaraz, Laura Guadarrama, Lorena Galindez, Sara Saldarriaga, Mercedes Trujillo, Esther Castillo, Wilfredo Castañeda Espinoza, Daniel Zinat (WL-MXS),

Volunteers: Alejandro Rodriguez (PACMA & SR – MCA), Francisco Naranjo (Social Responsibility Manager – MXS), María Elena Vargas (PTS-MXS), Yoana Vargas (PTS-MXS), Simone Di Santo (WL- MXS), Daniel García (Facilities–MXNE Tampico), María Elena Solis (Manager Assitant-MXM), Stefanie Martínez (Social Responsibility–MXNE).


Look, this is not a selfie!


Painting: “Look, this is not a selfie" 2014 (100 x 100cm, acrylic on canvas).

The painting “Look, this is not a selfie”  is the portrait of Monserrat Estopier.

(But why this title?)… well, in a world where the selfie is the most popular word (tell me, who hasn’t taken a selfie???) it’s also interesting to know how other people “see” us, reason why I painted Monserrat.

(So…) Through the artist’s eyes, it can be seen a beautiful, hard-working and mysterious woman who knows what she wants in life, someone who’s willing to pursue her dreams and happiness as well… (Can you tell me what you see?)…

(And what about the leaves, do they mean anything?)… mmm, of course! they mean that she’s now living in an exuberant and exotic place (those who live here in the south of Mexico know what I mean) where all kinds of exuberant and exotic plants grow everywhere… Also, if you look carefully you will notice the white leave stem keeping her attached to the ground, representing that in life it’s important to know that you can follow and reach every single dream, but at the same time it’s important to remain humble and true to yourself…

Now, imagine that you are seen through someone else’s eyes, and this person results to be an artist… (can you imagine the result?, how would you like to be seen as?)…


Can we make a new tendency for this?… Maybe, let's see what the future holds…

(And now, about the photo shooting)… This is what I can interpret from Monserrat's photos and expressions… 

Because remember, this is not a selfie!


“I hope this photo shooting is over so I can relax!”


Photo by MEVM: “Come on!“, 2014


“Mmm, I think I have better hair waves than me in the painting” 

(For sure Monse, this is totally true!)…

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Photo by MEVM: “Me & the other Me“, 2014


It’s fun trying to interpret what Monserrat’s thinking of, although it’s not an easy task!

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Photo by MEVM: “Feeling art“, 2014


“Yeah, I’m happy now… posing isn’t as easy as it looks but I did a great job!”

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NOTE: You are witnessing the birth of a project… would you like to be part of it?

"See" you soon!



Creative support by: Yoana Vargas Magaña

Web page created by: Jonathan Nuño 

Photographs by: María Elena Vargas Magaña (MEVM)

I’m waiting for an answer


Painting: “I’m waiting for an answer" 2013 (50x60cm, acrylic on canvas).

“If I made the first move, now it’s your turn to make the next one…"

It was cold and she was observing the houses, the landscape, the animals passing by on the big train window thinking that she has always enjoyed traveling by train. The cabin was empty, after all, who travels to small towns when you have the big city waiting for you? (Oh yes!…her). She was about to arrive, so she applied perfume, put her red lisptick on and waited for the train to arrive at the station and stop. It was raining heavily and she was feeling a little nervous, misterious, someone who doesn't want to be noticed…but who could avoid it taking into account her foreign condition and the redness of her lips?. The train’s doors opened so she put her coat’s cap on, leaned her head down and then slowly up, just to get her eyes staring at his, who was covering from the rain while smoking one of his thousand cigarettes he smokes. And there he was, as incredible as she recalled him from the past days far far away when he asked "I'm waiting for answer", and at the same time his amazing hazel eyes answering for her already.


Painting: “The first train" 2013 (50x60cm, acrylic on canvas).

“Any similarity to reality is merely coincidence…"

Thanks for your visit!


This post was edited by: Yoana Vargas Magaña & Guadalupe Vargas Magaña

Web page created by: Jonathan Nuño

Photographs by: Conny Hiller & María Elena Vargas Magaña

Frida Kahlo


Painting: “Frida Kahlo, what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger" 2013 (100x100cm, acrylic on canvas)

“There have been two great accidents in my life. One was the trolley, and the other was Diego. Diego was by far the worst” Frida Kahlo

Many things have been written about the painter Magdalena Carmen Frieda Kahlo y Calderón (best known as Frida Kahlo), but this time we let herself talk about her life and her art with these statements…

“I paint self-portraits because I am so often alone, because I am the person I know best”.

“I love you more than my own skin”.

“Feet, what do I need you for when I have wings to fly?”.

“My painting carries with it the message of pain”.

“I never paint dreams or nightmares. I paint my own reality”.

“I tried to drown my sorrows, but the bastards learned how to swim, and now I am overwhelmed by this decent and good feeling”.

“I really don’t know if my paintings are Surrealistic or not, but I do know that they are the most honest expression of myself, never taking into consideration the judgments or prejudices of anyone ”.

“When I get out of here there are three things that I want to do… paint, paint, and paint”.

Extraordinary for a woman who wanted to be a doctor in the first place…(and this reminds me that "Sometimes you can find beauty in sadness"…)


Posing with my creation inspired by the painter Frida Kahlo… (“I just wanted to paint a brighter version of Frida Kahlo also assuming the pains implicit in her life”).

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Photograph by Ismael Moyaho Lozano: “Proud Artist" 2013



Sketch: “Frida Kahlo, what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger" 2013 (21.59cm x 27.94cm, acrylic on canvas)

Thank you for visiting this ArtBLOG…


Reference and Frida Kahlo’s statemets from these sites:



This post was edited by: Yoana Vargas Magaña & Guadalupe Vargas Magaña

Web page created by: Jonathan Nuño

Photographs by: Ismael Moyaho Lozano & María Elena Vargas Magaña


María Izquierdo


Painting: “María Izquierdo" 2013 (100x100cm, acrylic on canvas).

One of the best Mexican writers Octavio Paz said about her:

“María looked like a prehistoric goddess. Her face like mud dried by the sun…and smoky like copal incense… but that woman with the terrible air of a prehistoric goddess was at the same time sweetness, shy, intimate”.

She was Diego Rivera’s best student, who once reviewing her students’ works said about María’s painting: “This is the only work that is worth it”. Obviously the other students were jealous and received her the next day with a bucket of water making her exclaim along all her career this phrase “It’s a crime to be born a woman and on top of that to be talented”.

María lived a passionate relationship with Rufino Tamayo. The love among María Izquierdo and Rufino Tamayo was so strong and passionate that the writer Emilio Abreu Gómez tells that from 1928 to 1932 the parties in their house were so crazy and lasted four days. María and Rufino were in love, walked together, made love, observed the world together, painted together at a studio in the street Soledad in Mexico City… passion went from one to another and from the paintbrush to the canvas… they didn’t compete, they complemented each other… they selected the same topics… they shared the same obsessions, they just simply loved each other…

But this love wasn’t meant to last …

(But let’s focus on the positive about this talented artist)…

In 1930, she was the first Mexican woman who exhibited her art in the Art Center of New York, becoming the first female artist to exhibit in the USA.

Although she died forgotten by the world, on November 22nd, 2012 the same world made her justice and placed her in an honored position, letting her rest in peace in the “Rotonda de los Personajes Ilustres” from the Dolores burial ground in Mexico City, making her the only painter woman to have this honor.

(Now, María won’t be alone anymore)… She will be accompanied by David Alfaro Siqueiros, Diego Rivera, Gerardo Murillo “Dr. Atl”, Jose Clemente Orozco and many other who have distinguished themselves by the contribution to the Nation in any ambit, the military, scientific, civic or cultural.

There’s always a time for everyone and your time to be always remembered by your Mexico arrived María!!!!

Again, thank you for taking the time to read about art…



Reference and translation from this link:


This post was edited by: Yoana Vargas Magaña & Guadalupe Vargas Magaña

Web page created by: Jonathan Nuño

Exposed in Berlin


Painting: “Exposed in Berlin" 2013 (50x60cm, acrylic on canvas).

I was waiting to pass through the airport security check in Berlin, so I took my laptop out, placed it in the basket, grabbed another basket to place my handbag and then I took my jacket off… (here is where all the shame and laughing started…)

So, when I took my jacket off, all the buttons of my shirt were unbuttoned (but I did NOT realize they were open and I continued doing my stuff of passing through the security check)…

(What happened next???)…

Translation from German to English…

Elena:  Oh! (looking down and turning red as a tomatoe)…

Security officer: I did’t see anything, I swear it! (covering his eyes with his hands and smiling)…

Elena:  mmm ok… (red continues)…

Security officer: Well, I did SEE!!! And what I saw, let me tell you that I liked it… In fact, I think I LOVE YOU, beautiful lady!

Elena:  (speechless and laughing)…

Security officer: (to his colleagues)… I was ok with my working day, and SUDDENLY this pretty girl comes along with her blouse completely open, and I say Yeah!!! unexpected gift… WELCOME!…

Elena:  It was funny…(yeah but not for me lucky guy!)

In the end I’m lucky it happened in Berlin with a young and handsome officer and that I received an “I love you” instead of a “Mamacita!” that I would’ve received in Mexico.

Thank you as always for reading the post…



This post was edited by: Yoana Vargas Magaña & Guadalupe Vargas Magaña

Web page created by: Jonathan Nuño

Dreams of Abu Dhabi


Painting: “Dreams of Abu Dhabi" 2012 (100x80cm, acrylic on canvas).

(Good bye 2013!!!)… I just wanted to end this year by posting one of my favorite paintings… (and also some people have also told me that it’s their favorite, too)…

“It was the time when I tried to reach the moon, held it in my hands but I could not keep it longer”…

I can say a lot of things about this painting or even write about the story behind it… (which is really interesting by the way, but I consider it’s better to keep it a mistery)…

Well, as I was saying, this painting is very special for me because it was the first bigger-format painting (100x90cm) I did outside Mexico, specifically in Germany… (and it’s precisely there where it currently remains)…

A complete series of paintings helped me develop my style, but I wasn’t quite there yet… (believe it or not)… the painting “Dreams of Abu Dhabi” defines the end of a style and starts a better one, helping me refine my technique by being more careless-free and less afraid of using brigthful colors… it also opened a door to get the opportunity to exhibit in Hahn-Münden, Germany… (but above all, it contains a feeling I can’t express with words, only with colors)…

So, it surely represents a beginning… and also an end.


A visitor to the exhibition in Hahn-Münden who asked me to be in a picture with her favorite painting.

Thanks for your time and I wish you the best for this 2014!!!



This post was edited by: Yoana Vargas Magaña & Guadalupe Vargas Magaña

Web page created by: Jonathan Nuño

Photographs by: Conny Hiller & María Elena Vargas Magaña

Hann-Münden 2013 (Part 3)


Room # 1.

(Memories from a very stressed artist)…Believe me!

Let me tell you that I had only one day to get the exhibition ready to be seen, and I also realized at the last moment that I got three rooms to be filled with my paintings (Really?, wow, what a great honour!, but how would I get to fill all of them with my work??)… Well, this question had to be answered right away (the clock was ticking!)… The good thing is that my friend Conny Hiller had already place my paintings around the three rooms, and they really looked amazing! (So, she saved me a lot of work).EDT_Aufbau

The box where seven big paintings were packed and sent to Germany.

One of people’s favorite paintings and stories was the one from painter Rafael González Mauricio in Room # 1 (I explained it in German most of the time!)…EDT_la_foto_1_o

Painter Rafael González Mauricio in Room # 1.

Painting “Wo werden wir uns küssen?” (Where are we going to kiss?), which is a reference for the city of Hann Münden… you will have the chance to read the story in next postings…. (The question remains)…EDT_la_foto_4

Paintings in Room # 1.

Another favorite “Sad Story No.1” made people read the complete story by Yoana Vargas. One woman told me that the story really touched her and that it's amazing to combine my paintings with my sister's stories. (Now I have more projects based on her stories!)…EDT_IMG_1535

“Sad Story No. 1” in Room # 1.

I painted “Dreams of Abu Dhabi” in Germany in October 2012 after returning from Abu Dhabi, and there's for sure a story behind it… (Next posting will be about this painting!)… especially because it was the top favorite painting of the three rooms… (I don't know why!)…EDT_la_foto_3_p

Painting “Dreams of Abu Dhabi” in Room # 1.

(What was different in this exhibition?)… Of course the participation of my artist friends Ismael Moyaho and Tochiro Gallegos with their amazing photographs.EDT_la_foto_2

This is Ismael Moyaho's Wall in Room #1.

Next is the painting “Frida Kahlo, what doesn't kill you makes you stronger” and the photograph “Cool Artist” by Ismael Moyaho.Frida

Frida Kahlo in Room # 2.

Paintings “María Izquierdo” and “I have found my second earring” along with photographs by Ismael Moyaho.EDT_la_foto_1_t

Paintings in Room # 2.

(Now, this is one of my favortire paintings!)… People laughed about the fact that I painted Elvira Bach saying that she had found her second earring after I saw one of her drawing sketches asking “Where is my second earring?”.EDT_la_foto_4_m

Elvira Bach in Room # 2.

Painting “No one can imagine” and photographs by Tochiro Gallegos. It’s amazing that the photographs matched with the painting comparing West and East Germany.EDT_la_foto_1_9

Painting “No one can imagine” in My Room # 3.


View from Room # 1 and Room # 3.


Paintings “I’m waiting for an answer” and “The first train" in Room # 3.


Paintings in Room # 3.

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My friends Silvia and Chris.

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My friends Anabel and Michael.


Dad Gerardo, Mom María Elena, Conny, Frank and Lisa.


Dad, Conny, Me, Frank and Lisa.

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Interview about my impressions of the festival DENKMAL! KUNST, KUNST DENKMAL!…and what I said is that the people of Hann Münden are amazing and worked really hard for the success of the festival.



“Exhibition: from Mexico to Münden”, interview for the Hann Münden local newspaper by Wiebke Huck.

Do you want to know Wiebke Huck, the journalist that interviewed me for the newspaper???… Click the link to watch the video (I asked her why she decided to be a journalist!)… Now, who is interviewing who???

VIDEO! VIDEO! VIDEO! Click the link…






Kunst Kohle Group brochure.


I hope you've enjoyed this tour through my three exhibition rooms!!!

Thanks a lot for taking the time to see my paintings!

Next time the story behind the painting “Dreams of Abu Dhabi”.


This post was edited by: Yoana Vargas Magaña & Guadalupe Vargas Magaña
Web page created by: Jonathan Nuño
Photographs by: Conny Hiller & María Elena Vargas Magaña

Hann-Münden 2013 (Part 2)


How can you turn this JUNK into ART???

I know that I promised!!!!!… So, here it is… PART 2 of Hann Münden, Denkmal Kunst, Kunst Denkmal!!!!

In this Gallery you will see the work of these amazing artists from our group “Kunst Kohle” (“Art Coal”): Ricardo Hiller, Christiane Mosler, Manfred Pilz, Dieter Frankenberg, Lüder Mosler and Julia Frankenberg (and now ENJOY!!!)…


Artist: Ricardo Hiller

Modality: <Sculpture>

Link: http://www.oxi-art.de/

(What would a person do in a sunny day in Germany?)… Well, I could think of going to the park, visiting another city, taking the bike for a long ride or maybe going to buy some JUNK (really?????… Junk?, only if you are an sculpture artist!)… and this is the case of Ricardo Hiller, who is always looking for creative ideas to turn this junk into wonderful sculptures.

Would you guess the name of the following sculpture if I give you this clue? (My Precious!!!, My Precious!!!) …EDT_IMG_1491

I think you got it!, so the title is “Gollum” by Ricardo Hiller.

The next sculpture is one of my favorites, a very difficult decition because all of them are incredible!!! (And let me show off that I’m the proud owner of one of them, “The Frog King”)…EDT_IMG_1501

The very feminine “Lolita”.

I like interpreting art, and this sculpture is called “Three Sisters”, reason why I would interpret it as me and my sisters Yoana and Lupita hehehe…. (Yeah baby!, I love ART!)…EDT_IMG_1543

Sculpture title “Three sisters”.


The artist Ricardo Hiller.


Hermann and Bruni from the city of Hann Münden said that their favorite sculpture was “Don Quixote & Sancho Panza”.


Artist: Christiane Mosler

Modality: <Painting & Sculpture>

Link: http://www.kontura-duderstadt.de/


Christiane Mosler and her painting series “Great feelings in small paintings”.

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Christiane's sculpture “Fenix bird”.

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Her paintings from witches’ stories.


Painting title “Bewegtes land” (Moving land).


Artist: Manfred Pilz

Modality: <Installation, Painting & Sculpture>

Link: http://www.kontura-duderstadt.de/


Manfred Pilz is always playing with words, giving them a meaning though art, like this installation named “Flying words”.


The artist Manfred Pilz.


Check that the clocks have no hands!. Title“Timeless”.


Artist: Dieter Frankenberg

Modality: <Serigraph>

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The artist Dieter Frankenberg.

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Dieter's serigraph series and sculpture.

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This is my totally favorite from Dieter, “Self Portrait”.

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Beautiful art by Dieter Frankenberg.


Artist: Lüder Mosler

Modality: <Installation, Painting & Sculpture>

Link: http://www.kontura-duderstadt.de/


Lüder Mosler and his sculpture “Troy 2012”.

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Sculpture “Troy 2012”, and what interpretation would you give to this horse getting put of a garbage can???.

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"Cool & crazy" I would say about these objects.


Artist: Julia Frankenberg

Modality: <Installation & Sculpture>


Julia Frankenberg and at the back you can see the sculpture “I want to think I need it”.

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“Dancer” by Julia Frankenberg.

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Artist observing art??, Yes! Manfred Pilz takes a look at Julia’s art.


Did you enjoy the Gallery??? Any questions or comments????

As always, I would like to Thank YOU for your visit!!!!

Next posting will be about my art!



This post was edited by: Yoana Vargas Magaña & Guadalupe Vargas Magaña

Web page created by: Jonathan Nuño

Photographs by: Conny Hiller & María Elena Vargas Magaña