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Elke JUNGBLUTH

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Elke Jungbluth paints ever since she could hold a brush… as a child, as a teenager and also after studying mathematics and architecture, which have influenced her first works. She followed her heart and decided to pursue the path of an artist, instead of that of an architect. She has remained faithful to her decision of doing so.

Through painting, she wants to experience new luck and new delight. Thus, she is consistently forced into her atelier in Cologne Altstadt-Nord.

In her first works, she was fascinated by the manifestation of mathematical shapes and forms and architectural structures. Her works, however, slowly developed from Realism to the abstract.

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