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Hartusch

Martina

3427

Artist ID:

Artistic Journey


Martina Hartusch is an artist with national exposure (numerous exhibitions in Graz,Styria,Vienna) and is member of the Austrian Artist Association BVBK (Berufsvereinigung der Bildenden Künstler). But she was also internationally represented in group exhibitions (Italy and New York). Her works have already found collectors all over the world (eg. Japan,Taiwan,India,UK,US,EU).


Curriculum Vitae | Exhibitions


1965 | born and raised in Kapfenberg,Austria

1983 | move to Graz for studies in medicine specialized in medical laboratory work

1989 | Degree of Sciences in Health Studies for Laboratory work

1995 | move to Vienna

2000 | return to Graz and decision to devote herself to painting – lots of workshops with renowned artists follow

2007 | renting her first studio

2014 | first solo exhibition in Graz, becoming member of Artist association BVBK

2014- 2024 | Participation in many group exhibitions in Austria

2018 | Solo exhibition in Graz

2019 | Group exhibition in Torino (Italy)

2023 | Group exhibition in NY (S&V Gallery)


Instagram

Website

Brief Biography


Martina Hartusch is a distinguished Austrian artist based in Graz, known for her abstract creations using high-quality acrylic paints and natural pigments. Her fascination with structure and tactile elements leads her to incorporate materials such as sand, paper, and various collage components into her mixed media techniques. This approach gives her artwork a distinctive and unique style.


Her pieces are categorized into different series based on the materials used:


C-series (Color-series): Acrylic paint on canvas.

SC-series (Structure and Color-series): Mixed media on canvas.

SMC-series (Structure-MonoColor-series): Mixed media with a primary focus on one color.

While predominantly abstract, Martina also explores realism, particularly in landscapes, with her seaside paintings being notably acclaimed by art critics. Her work "SC_57_‘The Supreme Good is Harmony of the Soul’" was a finalist at the Global Art Award 2020 in Shanghai. Martina has also been recognized with several quality certificates and honorable mentions for various artworks, such as "SC_92_Tortuga" and "MC_3_Through Discipline Comes Freedom."


Martina draws her primary inspiration from nature, and even her abstract works echo natural phenomena.

Brief Biography


Martina Hartusch is a distinguished Austrian artist based in Graz, known for her abstract creations using high-quality acrylic paints and natural pigments. Her fascination with structure and tactile elements leads her to incorporate materials such as sand, paper, and various collage components into her mixed media techniques. This approach gives her artwork a distinctive and unique style.


Her pieces are categorized into different series based on the materials used:


C-series (Color-series): Acrylic paint on canvas.

SC-series (Structure and Color-series): Mixed media on canvas.

SMC-series (Structure-MonoColor-series): Mixed media with a primary focus on one color.

While predominantly abstract, Martina also explores realism, particularly in landscapes, with her seaside paintings being notably acclaimed by art critics. Her work "SC_57_‘The Supreme Good is Harmony of the Soul’" was a finalist at the Global Art Award 2020 in Shanghai. Martina has also been recognized with several quality certificates and honorable mentions for various artworks, such as "SC_92_Tortuga" and "MC_3_Through Discipline Comes Freedom."


Martina draws her primary inspiration from nature, and even her abstract works echo natural phenomena.

Women in Art

The supreme good...

1805

Art ID

2017

|

100 x 120 cm

Mixed media on canvas

3600

$

Martina

Hartusch

Women in Art

CALM

1806

Art ID

2021

|

120 x 100 cm

Mixed media on canvas

3600

$

Martina

Hartusch

Women in Art

Breaking wave

1807

Art ID

2021

|

120 x 100 cm

Acrylic on canvas

3600

$

Martina

Hartusch

Women in Art

Rising seas II

1808

Art ID

2019

|

70 x 70 cm

Mixed media on canvas

1600

$

Martina

Hartusch

Women in Art

Desertification

1809

Art ID

2019

|

70 x 50 cm

Mixed media on canvas

1500

$

Martina

Hartusch

Women in Art

VENUS

1810

Art ID

2022

|

100 x 100 cm

Mixed media on canvas

3200

$

Martina

Hartusch

Women in Art

What have you done?

1811

Art ID

2013

|

80 x 100 cm

Mixed media on canvas

2000

$

Martina

Hartusch

Women in Art

The lost composition

1812

Art ID

2019

|

80 x 120 cm

Mixed media on canvas

2500

$

Martina

Hartusch

Women in Art

Lost piece of music

1813

Art ID

2022

|

80 x 80 cm

Mixed media on canvas

1800

$

Martina

Hartusch

Women in Art

Hurricane

1814

Art ID

2017

|

100 x 80 cm

Mixed media on canvas

2000

$

Martina

Hartusch

Further Works of This Artist

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Artist Statement


My artistic practice is an essential means through which I engage with the world around me. It serves as both a reflection of my existence and a meditative practice that provides me with strength in daily life.


Vision & Goals


To secure a larger studio space that will support the expansion of my work.

To enhance my visibility and participation in notable exhibitions.

To continuously improve and refine my artistic skills and techniques.

Artistic Journey


Martina Hartusch is an artist with national exposure (numerous exhibitions in Graz,Styria,Vienna) and is member of the Austrian Artist Association BVBK (Berufsvereinigung der Bildenden Künstler). But she was also internationally represented in group exhibitions (Italy and New York). Her works have already found collectors all over the world (eg. Japan,Taiwan,India,UK,US,EU).


Curriculum Vitae | Exhibitions


1965 | born and raised in Kapfenberg,Austria

1983 | move to Graz for studies in medicine specialized in medical laboratory work

1989 | Degree of Sciences in Health Studies for Laboratory work

1995 | move to Vienna

2000 | return to Graz and decision to devote herself to painting – lots of workshops with renowned artists follow

2007 | renting her first studio

2014 | first solo exhibition in Graz, becoming member of Artist association BVBK

2014- 2024 | Participation in many group exhibitions in Austria

2018 | Solo exhibition in Graz

2019 | Group exhibition in Torino (Italy)

2023 | Group exhibition in NY (S&V Gallery)


Instagram

Website

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