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*1963

Europe

Gutsche

Simone

3262

Artist ID:

Exhibition & Shows


Her works have received attention and recognition in international exhibitions and galleries:


Excerpt:


Auction house Schuler Zurich, represented in ARTNET

Carrousel du Louvre Paris

ART Monaco

ART Marbella

ART Expo New York

ART Center Berlin

CIGE Beijing

ART Shanghai

ART Zurich

Lentos Linz “Art helps Africa”

Goethe Institute Lebanon

Art Salon Sommerpalais Harrach Vienna

Art Innsbruck

Equitana World Horse Fair Essen D

Kunstforum Meisterschwanden Switzerland (art prize winner of the group exhibition 2009) CH

Luxury Fair Vienna

Stallion licensing Leeuwarden NL

and much more

Brief Biography


Born near Berlin, Gutsche Sikora trained as an industrial designer. In 1989 she moved to Vienna, then in 1991 she intensified her painting in Steyr



Her artistic work is nourished by the irrepressible joy of life, the spontaneity of the moment and a huge portion of passion and sensuality.


In addition to large-format pictures, her artistic work is also expressed in her design work, with which she gives decorative furniture fittings - SIRO Austria - elegance and dynamism, as well as sensuality and mysticism.


In 2015, Simone Gutsche-Sikora took over the artistic direction of the new AMEDIA Luxury Suites Graz and designed 50 different rooms and suites. A work of art to live in - 50 pART's of living.


In collaboration with KNY Design Austria, she developed the first ART Gutsche lighting collection.


Her art ranges from paintings on canvas, leather, porcelain to the implementation of her motifs on the ART Taxi in Steyr and life-size sculptures.


The horse motif only came about after her Friesian stallion Joop came into her life 11 years ago. Overcoming fear was the big topic, as she had never come into contact with horses before. On the contrary, she even spoke of a phobia. Despite all her fears, she decided to face the challenge and after a long time of learning, trusting, training - she learned to work on herself - new doors opened. Not only was the love between the two sealed, no - the passion for horses was now shown in emotional and colorful works of art on canvas. The walls of fear have fallen and since then not only a horse, but a muse has been at her side! Gutschi and Joop.

Brief Biography


Born near Berlin, Gutsche Sikora trained as an industrial designer. In 1989 she moved to Vienna, then in 1991 she intensified her painting in Steyr



Her artistic work is nourished by the irrepressible joy of life, the spontaneity of the moment and a huge portion of passion and sensuality.


In addition to large-format pictures, her artistic work is also expressed in her design work, with which she gives decorative furniture fittings - SIRO Austria - elegance and dynamism, as well as sensuality and mysticism.


In 2015, Simone Gutsche-Sikora took over the artistic direction of the new AMEDIA Luxury Suites Graz and designed 50 different rooms and suites. A work of art to live in - 50 pART's of living.


In collaboration with KNY Design Austria, she developed the first ART Gutsche lighting collection.


Her art ranges from paintings on canvas, leather, porcelain to the implementation of her motifs on the ART Taxi in Steyr and life-size sculptures.


The horse motif only came about after her Friesian stallion Joop came into her life 11 years ago. Overcoming fear was the big topic, as she had never come into contact with horses before. On the contrary, she even spoke of a phobia. Despite all her fears, she decided to face the challenge and after a long time of learning, trusting, training - she learned to work on herself - new doors opened. Not only was the love between the two sealed, no - the passion for horses was now shown in emotional and colorful works of art on canvas. The walls of fear have fallen and since then not only a horse, but a muse has been at her side! Gutschi and Joop.

Women in Art

Amazon Boys

1422

Art ID

2015

|

126 x 146 cm

Oil, acrylic, gold

8000

$

Simone

Gutsche

Women in Art

Amazon Boys 2

1421

Art ID

2015

|

126 x 146 cm

Oil, acrylic, gold

8000

$

Simone

Gutsche

Women in Art

Born to be wild

1423

Art ID

2018

|

100 x 150 cm

Oil, acrylic, gold

8200

$

Simone

Gutsche

Women in Art

No Fake

1424

Art ID

2022

|

100 x 80 cm

Oil, acrylic, gold

5800

$

Simone

Gutsche

Women in Art

Obsession

1425

Art ID

2010

|

230 x 160 cm

Oil, acrylic, gold

22000

$

Simone

Gutsche

Women in Art

Make Money

1426

Art ID

2023

|

100 x 350 cm

Oil, acrylic, gold

16000

$

Simone

Gutsche

Women in Art

Bumsfallera

1427

Art ID

2022

|

100 x 100 cm

Oil, acrylic, gold

5800

$

Simone

Gutsche

Women in Art

Golden Ei

1428

Art ID

2024

|

150 x 100 cm

Oil, acrylic, gold

8000

$

Simone

Gutsche

Women in Art

Fuck the Rules

1429

Art ID

2024

|

150 x 100 cm

Mixed media

8000

$

Simone

Gutsche

Women in Art

Knochenjäger

1430

Art ID

2006

|

110 x 190 cm

Oil, acrylic, gold

15000

$

Simone

Gutsche

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Exhibition & Shows


Her works have received attention and recognition in international exhibitions and galleries:


Excerpt:


Auction house Schuler Zurich, represented in ARTNET

Carrousel du Louvre Paris

ART Monaco

ART Marbella

ART Expo New York

ART Center Berlin

CIGE Beijing

ART Shanghai

ART Zurich

Lentos Linz “Art helps Africa”

Goethe Institute Lebanon

Art Salon Sommerpalais Harrach Vienna

Art Innsbruck

Equitana World Horse Fair Essen D

Kunstforum Meisterschwanden Switzerland (art prize winner of the group exhibition 2009) CH

Luxury Fair Vienna

Stallion licensing Leeuwarden NL

and much more

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