Gallery

„In her aesthetic work, Luisa Frühling oscillates between self-assertion and self-surrender. As an artist who aggressively presents her femininity and her artistic Eros, she simultaneously rejects the attribute of the femme fatale, which is often cited in art history, as too short-sighted and bold, because a closer look reveals the painful experiences and injuries of a woman of her time behind the facade of her rebelliousness.“ Franz Scheuerer writes about the Hamburg artist

Goldener Faden II

50×70, Oil and Acrylic on canvas, 2023

Singender Wind

70×100, Oil and Acrylic on canvas, 2023

Goldener Faden

50×70, Oil and Acrylic on canvas, 2023

Salomon

160×150, Oil and Acrylic on canvas, 2023

Der kleine Tod

200×210, Oil and Acrylic on canvas, 2021

Ass der Kelche

155×200, Oil and Acrylic on canvas, 2021

Welten

150×180, Oil and Acrylic on canvas, 2021

Das letzte Paradies

155×185, Oil and Acrylic on canvas, 2021

Windstille

160×190, Oil and Acrylic on canvas, 2023

Luisa Frühling, Windstille

Königinnenreich

200×2155, Oil and Acrylic on canvas, 2023

Time is Up

185×155, Oil and Acrylic on canvas, 2022

Spielwiese

135×113, Oil and Acrylic on canvas, 2022

Bodypaintings

„With her figurative paintings and the figures and shapes they suggest, Luisa Frühling emphasizes her affinity for the creative exploration of physicality and ornamentation. The brilliant, red-dominated color scheme underscores this direction. Her passion for body painting fits logically into her artistic concept. She is interested in the interaction of three-dimensional bodies with the flat background of the canvas. She often places herself in the picture in her presence or allows representational arrangements to blur the difference between reality and fiction, using color and formal correspondences and similarities to allow two-dimensional elements and spatial bodies to flow into one another, thus creating illusionistic effects based on the trompe-l’oeil.“ Franz Scheuerer writes about the Hamburg artist