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*1974

Europe

Schellenberg

Luise

7469

Artist ID:

Publications


2024 | Winner of the Future of Art Global Masterpiece Award by Contemporary Art Curator Magazine

2024 | Interview with Lusie Schellenberg, contemporaryartcuratormagazine


2023 | Artistic Excellence Certificate, March, Circle Foundacion of the Arts Foundation

2023 | Merit Prize Award in the "8th Open" art competition, Teravarna Art Gallery

2023 | Harmony for Humanity, The Global Consciousness Art Prize by Contemporary Art Collectors

2023 | Honorable Mention Award in the "6th Portrait", Teravarna Art Gallery

2023 | Honorable Mention Award Animal, Circle Foundacion of the Arts Foundation

2023 | Contemporary Art Collectors´2023 — Interview with Lusie Schellenberg

2023 | Tatler UK (printed edition and digital edition), March


2022 | Finalist Award in the competition Animal Painting December, Global Painting Conclave

2022 | Bronze Award, Global Painting Conclave

2022 | Talent Prize Award in Art Show International Gallery’s 6th OPEN

2022 | Honorable Mention Award in Art Show International Gallery’s 4th ABSTRACT

2022 | Talent Prize Award in Art Show International Gallery’s 4th LANDSCAPE

2022 | Artistic Excellence Certificate, Circle Foundacion of the Arts Foundation

2022 | Talent Prize Award in Art Show International Gallery’s 5th OPEN

2022 | Finalist Award in Art Show International Gallery’s most recent art competition "7th ABSTRACT"

2022 | 31st issue of Spotlight Contemporary Art Magazine

2022 | Tatler, March

2022 | Tatler, April

2022 | Tatler, May

2022 | House & Garden UK, April

2022 | Artbaazar Online Magazine Issue #26

2022 | Interview with me: 5 minutes with Lusie Schellenberg, blog.singulart.com

2022 | Interview with me: The untouched Beauty of all things, Artbaazar


2021 | Included in the shortlist of the Visual Art Open UK and the Emerging Artist Awards

2021-2022 | Selected as one of the 100 artists for the Thomson Art Prize for the ARTBOXY Artist Support

2021-2022 | Winner of the Artistic Grant from ARTBOXY



Exhibitions


2022 | Lusie Schellenberg, Los Angeles, USA

2022 | The exhibition of winning artwork Art Show International Gallery, 2.01.2022-31-01.2022

2022 | Lelie Galerij, Amsterdam, Netherlands

2022 | Biennale Artboxexpo, Venezia, Italy

2022 | Urbanside Gallery, Zürich, Switzerland

2022 | Thomson Gallery, Zug, Switzerland

2022 | Little Treasures — Trevisan International Art Exhibition, Galleria de Marchi, Italy, Bologna

2022 | Art Week Carrousel du Louvre, Paris

2022 | Casa del Arte Palma, Spain, November

2022 | Art Basel, Art Week

2022 | Miami Art Weeks, in the art hotspot Wynwood


2021 | Artbox.Project World 1.0, Artbox.Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland

2021 | Artbox.Project Zürich 3.0, Zurich, Switzerland

2021 | Art as self-realization and self-expression — in MAMAG Modern Art Museum in royal castle Hubertendorf in Austria Schloss Hubertendorf 1, 3372 Blindenmarkt / Austria



Personal and Regional Exhibitions


1995 | "The World of Beauty", Saratov

1998 | "Peace through the prism", Samara

2004 | "Breathing", Nizhny Novgorod, Kazan

2007 | "I see it this way", Moscow

2010 | "Nothing but beauty", St. Petersburg

2013 | "Cities" — Karlovy Vary

2016 | "Assorted", Munich

Artist Biography


Art has always been present in Lusie's life, from childhood and adolescence she paid much attention to the development of aesthetic taste in her surroundings (these are museums, books, theaters, seeing the world through the prism of her worldview and studying the culture of art).The way she perceives the world and how her family lived can be called contemplation of art. At school, her work was sent to competitions and exhibitions, and at the age of 10, her parents took her to art school.. From that moment, its formation began.In an interview with Contemporary Art Curator magazine, Lusie  said:My style has evolved over the years and has been influenced by various influences, both artistic and personal.At the beginning of my journey , I studied the work of different artists and experimented with different techniques and approaches. I was inspired by the works of such masters as Botticelli, Bryullov, Aivazovsky and Salvador Dali. I studied their work and tried to understand how they conveyed their thoughts and emotions on canvas. I studied their work and tried to understand how they conveyed their thoughts and emotions on canvas. Renaissance artists played a huge role in my style – it was the beauty of realism and careful observation of nature and man in terms of the direction of light falling, ways of transmitting space and constructing a composition. For hours I could look at the paintings of the great masters of that time. Naturally, the Academic School of painting played a big role.. But I also adore the body painting technique-a wide juicy brushstroke, it conveys dynamics, brightness, emotions of a mood or moment-which you transfer quickly to the canvas-These are plenary sketches that do not require much time. The most beloved technique of capturing nature has been around for 35 years . During my studies, I reproduced many works by famous artists, tried myself in avant-garde painting, realized myself in different directions.. In fact, art itself reflects, first of all, a person's perception of the world. And this person is not an artist himself, an artist is a mirror that reflects what is around him, what sounds around him. And the Artist reflects the sound of the world, people, society, everything he is in. An artist, in my understanding, cannot be a hermit and exist outside of society, otherwise he cooks in his own world. And the works do not get a response, because he does not see what the world around him breathes and there is no expression in his works. . At one time, I tried to realize myself in different styles of painting-it's like notes, music that you choose for yourself and look for harmony within yourself. The style in which I am writing my work now (a combination of different techniques and styles that I like) they reflect most vividly my perception of the world around me and my desire to give harmony to the world, even not in tuned notes. Balance, find the balance of the world in my works-balance of color, balance of light, color rendering, tempo, balance of the smallest details with strokes. Lusie Schellenberg currently an award-winning professional artist from Switzerland Her works were presented at the MAMAG Museum of Modern Art and in the Louvre. She is one of the few artists who have been published in TATLER UK magazine,House & Garden Magazine UK, Spotlight ContemporaryArt Magazine.


Artist Biography


Art has always been present in Lusie's life, from childhood and adolescence she paid much attention to the development of aesthetic taste in her surroundings (these are museums, books, theaters, seeing the world through the prism of her worldview and studying the culture of art).The way she perceives the world and how her family lived can be called contemplation of art. At school, her work was sent to competitions and exhibitions, and at the age of 10, her parents took her to art school.. From that moment, its formation began.In an interview with Contemporary Art Curator magazine, Lusie  said:My style has evolved over the years and has been influenced by various influences, both artistic and personal.At the beginning of my journey , I studied the work of different artists and experimented with different techniques and approaches. I was inspired by the works of such masters as Botticelli, Bryullov, Aivazovsky and Salvador Dali. I studied their work and tried to understand how they conveyed their thoughts and emotions on canvas. I studied their work and tried to understand how they conveyed their thoughts and emotions on canvas. Renaissance artists played a huge role in my style – it was the beauty of realism and careful observation of nature and man in terms of the direction of light falling, ways of transmitting space and constructing a composition. For hours I could look at the paintings of the great masters of that time. Naturally, the Academic School of painting played a big role.. But I also adore the body painting technique-a wide juicy brushstroke, it conveys dynamics, brightness, emotions of a mood or moment-which you transfer quickly to the canvas-These are plenary sketches that do not require much time. The most beloved technique of capturing nature has been around for 35 years . During my studies, I reproduced many works by famous artists, tried myself in avant-garde painting, realized myself in different directions.. In fact, art itself reflects, first of all, a person's perception of the world. And this person is not an artist himself, an artist is a mirror that reflects what is around him, what sounds around him. And the Artist reflects the sound of the world, people, society, everything he is in. An artist, in my understanding, cannot be a hermit and exist outside of society, otherwise he cooks in his own world. And the works do not get a response, because he does not see what the world around him breathes and there is no expression in his works. . At one time, I tried to realize myself in different styles of painting-it's like notes, music that you choose for yourself and look for harmony within yourself. The style in which I am writing my work now (a combination of different techniques and styles that I like) they reflect most vividly my perception of the world around me and my desire to give harmony to the world, even not in tuned notes. Balance, find the balance of the world in my works-balance of color, balance of light, color rendering, tempo, balance of the smallest details with strokes. Lusie Schellenberg currently an award-winning professional artist from Switzerland Her works were presented at the MAMAG Museum of Modern Art and in the Louvre. She is one of the few artists who have been published in TATLER UK magazine,House & Garden Magazine UK, Spotlight ContemporaryArt Magazine.


Women in Art

Golden sunset

1903

Art ID

2020

|

60 x 80 cm

Oil on canvas

20000

$

Lusie

Schellenberg

Women in Art

Flamingo

1900

Art ID

2022

|

50 x 70 cm

Oil on canvas

10000

$

Lusie

Schellenberg

Women in Art

Balance

1897

Art ID

2022

|

80 x 60 cm

Oil on canvas

10000

$

Lusie

Schellenberg

Women in Art

Anna's Facets

1898

Art ID

2022

|

60 x 50 cm

Oil on canvas

20000

$

Lusie

Schellenberg

Women in Art

Isabella

1895

Art ID

2023

|

45 x 35 cm

Oil on canvas

10000

$

Lusie

Schellenberg

Women in Art

A girl in terracotta dress

1896

Art ID

2023

|

50 x 50 cm

Oil on canvas

5000

$

Lusie

Schellenberg

Women in Art

Forest Lake

1901

Art ID

2022

|

50 x 60 cm

Oil on canvas

5000

$

Lusie

Schellenberg

Women in Art

Winter is coming

1902

Art ID

2022

|

50 x 70 cm

Oil on canvas

10000

$

Lusie

Schellenberg

Women in Art

Herbststimmung

1899

Art ID

2023

|

60 x 70 cm

Oil on canvas

12000

$

Lusie

Schellenberg

Women in Art

High water

1904

Art ID

2022

|

50 x 70 cm

Oil on canvas

10000

$

Lusie

Schellenberg

Further Works of This Artist

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Artist Statement


« In my works, I want to capture the beauty, being, and meaning of all things in any of their manifestations. »

All my works are devoted to the manifestation of life in all its forms and perceptions. Our life is full of colors, changes and it gives us the opportunity to feel the harmony of nature and the world, to feel like a part of the world around us. I understand the importance of nature and its flow of forms from one state to another, this gives an understanding of the feeling of a part of it and makes it possible to realize the needs of the world in my works. Purity, the achievement of perfection, in fact, nature is perfection itself as it is and the harmony of nature reflects the essence of life itself. What is life? Life is not destruction, life is creation, it is a small seed that grows and grows into a huge tree that has fruits and seeds in it. There is always a cycle. And any manifestation of life-in its prime or in its decline –is all fine. Confucius said that there is beauty in everything, but not everyone can see it. I see it everywhere, in the gray sky and the rustle of the grasses, in the imperfection of the lines, in the smile of the child and in the shades of the earth.. I see beauty in any manifestation of reality. Dirt on the street? no, it is a part of nature and amazing shades of colors transferred to the canvas. Grey sky? No, this is the music of autumn in beautiful steel–colored shimmers. It's a flight of the soul when you see beauty in the most ordinary things that people don't even notice, take a closer look and you'll see it. It is this vision of the world that I transfer to the canvas –look how beautiful it all is! I am inspired by the feeling of inner perception of a phenomenon. How it sounded inside me. I would call it the environmental friendliness of art. Art should be eco-friendly. It should allow people to realize themselves in any of their feelings and perceptions of the world as he hears. The world is talking to us-I want to capture this conversation in my works through paints. Reflecting all this in my works, I want to convey to the viewer the interaction of the world with man. It's very simpleThe feeling of accepting the world as it is-and the response in my soul, gives me the desire to fix this moment on canvas, paper, in order to share this moment with the environment later. It inspires the ability to see beauty in those things that may not seem aesthetic. Naturalness . Art is an expression of the inner essence of a person, his world. His harmonies and what lies on the canvas are a reflection of the artist's world.


Website


Publications


2024 | Winner of the Future of Art Global Masterpiece Award by Contemporary Art Curator Magazine

2024 | Interview with Lusie Schellenberg, contemporaryartcuratormagazine


2023 | Artistic Excellence Certificate, March, Circle Foundacion of the Arts Foundation

2023 | Merit Prize Award in the "8th Open" art competition, Teravarna Art Gallery

2023 | Harmony for Humanity, The Global Consciousness Art Prize by Contemporary Art Collectors

2023 | Honorable Mention Award in the "6th Portrait", Teravarna Art Gallery

2023 | Honorable Mention Award Animal, Circle Foundacion of the Arts Foundation

2023 | Contemporary Art Collectors´2023 — Interview with Lusie Schellenberg

2023 | Tatler UK (printed edition and digital edition), March


2022 | Finalist Award in the competition Animal Painting December, Global Painting Conclave

2022 | Bronze Award, Global Painting Conclave

2022 | Talent Prize Award in Art Show International Gallery’s 6th OPEN

2022 | Honorable Mention Award in Art Show International Gallery’s 4th ABSTRACT

2022 | Talent Prize Award in Art Show International Gallery’s 4th LANDSCAPE

2022 | Artistic Excellence Certificate, Circle Foundacion of the Arts Foundation

2022 | Talent Prize Award in Art Show International Gallery’s 5th OPEN

2022 | Finalist Award in Art Show International Gallery’s most recent art competition "7th ABSTRACT"

2022 | 31st issue of Spotlight Contemporary Art Magazine

2022 | Tatler, March

2022 | Tatler, April

2022 | Tatler, May

2022 | House & Garden UK, April

2022 | Artbaazar Online Magazine Issue #26

2022 | Interview with me: 5 minutes with Lusie Schellenberg, blog.singulart.com

2022 | Interview with me: The untouched Beauty of all things, Artbaazar


2021 | Included in the shortlist of the Visual Art Open UK and the Emerging Artist Awards

2021-2022 | Selected as one of the 100 artists for the Thomson Art Prize for the ARTBOXY Artist Support

2021-2022 | Winner of the Artistic Grant from ARTBOXY



Exhibitions


2022 | Lusie Schellenberg, Los Angeles, USA

2022 | The exhibition of winning artwork Art Show International Gallery, 2.01.2022-31-01.2022

2022 | Lelie Galerij, Amsterdam, Netherlands

2022 | Biennale Artboxexpo, Venezia, Italy

2022 | Urbanside Gallery, Zürich, Switzerland

2022 | Thomson Gallery, Zug, Switzerland

2022 | Little Treasures — Trevisan International Art Exhibition, Galleria de Marchi, Italy, Bologna

2022 | Art Week Carrousel du Louvre, Paris

2022 | Casa del Arte Palma, Spain, November

2022 | Art Basel, Art Week

2022 | Miami Art Weeks, in the art hotspot Wynwood


2021 | Artbox.Project World 1.0, Artbox.Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland

2021 | Artbox.Project Zürich 3.0, Zurich, Switzerland

2021 | Art as self-realization and self-expression — in MAMAG Modern Art Museum in royal castle Hubertendorf in Austria Schloss Hubertendorf 1, 3372 Blindenmarkt / Austria



Personal and Regional Exhibitions


1995 | "The World of Beauty", Saratov

1998 | "Peace through the prism", Samara

2004 | "Breathing", Nizhny Novgorod, Kazan

2007 | "I see it this way", Moscow

2010 | "Nothing but beauty", St. Petersburg

2013 | "Cities" — Karlovy Vary

2016 | "Assorted", Munich

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