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Cubism Acrylic Paintings on canvas by Isabella Steindl

Cubism Acrylic Paintings on canvas by Isabella Steindl

ISABELLA STEINDL, born 1981 in Freienstein as daughter of a Cypriot and a UN soldier, lives and works in Graz, Austria. Her paintings are in private collections in Europe, especially in Austria and Germany.

Isabella Steindl’s autobiographical, self-reflexive approach to art concentrates on figurative details that leave much room for interpretation. The border between abstraction and reality becomes blurred – the free spaces thus created open up new perspectives and, among other things, offer an interpretative approach to the perception of gender relations: Women sometimes become men, or vice versa, or even eerie-looking hermaphrodites always form a flowing unity despite everything.

Isabella Steindl’s art is characterized by a complex linearity that creates its own dynamic in the flow of movement. ~ StI Freienstein

Closed Society, mixed media on canvas, 50×60 cm

Cubism Acrylic Paintings on canvas by Isabella SteindlThe pieces of jewellery of a The friends who are running in the house are the friends.

The Chicken Festival, mixed media on canvas, 50×60 cm 

Cubism Acrylic Paintings on canvas by Isabella SteindlIt flashes excitedly out of myeyes; I can hardly believe it. Everyone is my guest today and so I invite you to the table and look forward to our chicken festival together.

We are different and that’s good, acrylic on canvas, 50×40 cm 

Cubism Acrylic Paintings on canvas by Isabella SteindlAccept that others act differently, think differently, feel differently, look differently… you go the way that is predetermined and that is different than anyone else’s.

The Replaced (Nominated for Kitzaward) acrylic on canvas, 80×80 cm 

Cubism Acrylic Paintings on canvas by Isabella SteindlJealousy, the companion of love, is in a burning hurry to believe everything that is not delighted. Not only by facts, but also by shadows. and dreams frighten her!

Whaling was the beginning, acrylic on canvas, 100×100 cm 

Cubism Acrylic Paintings on canvas by Isabella SteindlWe do not know our future, but we could still behave in such a way that we can prepare everything for a future worth living. If people knew what the future would bring, they would still continue to act as if they knew not it!

Conflict 2019, acrylic on canvas, 50×40 cm 

Cubism Acrylic Paintings on canvas by Isabella SteindlIndividuality implies wholeness, an indivisible entity, and you are not that indivisible beings! They are split, fragmented… therefore you are not really indivisible; except… they are not indivi

Pure Femininity 2019, acrylic on canvas, 60×80 cm

Cubism Acrylic Paintings on canvas by Isabella SteindlThe femininity is like a game with the Water. Water is pleasant, delicate and soft. Water is also the strongest concentrated force, that no one can stop. Femininity is therefore a… A walking a

The Naked Meeting 2019, acrylic on canvas, 90x120cm

Cubism Acrylic Paintings on canvas by Isabella SteindlActually the whole world should be declared a “Clothing optional” area. Then all people could run around everywhere as they like. For the few “Prüdisten”, who feel insulted by naked people, one could form separate “Prüdisten Camps”, in which clothes obligation exists. And only when a normal person (naturally naked) comes close to such a camp would the prudists once again have the opportunity to increase their morbid insulting aggressions without becoming a burden to normal people. rtist between delicate snowflakes duals!

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