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Scratched drawing, Acryl and Wax, fine line drawings are scratched into thin layers of acrylic medium. On request, the picture can be framed in: Halbe frame Distance frame Aluminum matt white 8mm Museum glass (Mirogard, UV protected) Price with frame: 1600€ The paintings and drawings on paper often integrate formal languages of nature and its design principles, visible through structures and patterns in manifestations of fractal geometry. They can be described as an abstract, yet intuitively readable system, with the capacity to describe existentially important things in our world. There are, however, forms, contents, and symbols that recur and establish a connection to the themes that are central to Schumacher - for example, navigation symbols such as the wind rose. The shapes scratched into layers of paint and wax float in an indefinable space, but often relate to each other, or are connected by fine lines. They evoke associations with cosmic phenomena, reminiscent of planets, or seem to observe the sky as antenna-like objects.
Jana Schumacher, born 4.11.1983, in Bonn, lives and works in Hamburg. She completed her studies at HAW Hamburg, Department of Design, with a focus on drawing and graphics, from 2009 to 2013. Jana Schumacher has been represented at international exhibitions since 2011. Her artistic focus is on abstract drawing as well as space-related installations. Acoustic components and cross-genre approaches are incorporated into her exhibitions. "My artistic focus is primarily on drawings and space-related installations. Paper is often my basis for this. I use it in classical applications to draw on, but also for experimental installations and large-scale sculptures. In my paintings I often integrate formal languages of nature and its design principles, visible through structures and patterns in manifestations of fractal geometry. In terms of content, I deal with various scientific subject areas, as well as personal and socially relevant issues."
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