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Beate Blume

Beate Blume

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Let's Play Fetch

Let's Play Fetch

$849.00 USD w40 x h50 x d2 CM

African Heat

African Heat

$849.00 USD w40 x h50 x d2 CM

Let's Rock

Let's Rock

$849.00 USD w50 x h40 x d2 CM

Night of the Black Panther

Night of the Black Panther

$849.00 USD w40 x h50 x d2 CM

Fiery Lion Head

Fiery Lion Head

$785.00 USD w40 x h40 x d2 CM

Brooklyn Bridge at Dawn

Brooklyn Bridge at Dawn

$1,399.00 USD w90 x h60 x d2 CM

Koala Night

Koala Night

$649.00 USD w30 x h40 x d2 CM

Alert

Alert

$849.00 USD w40 x h50 x d2 CM

Colourful Catnap

Colourful Catnap

$949.00 USD w60 x h50 x d2 CM

Red Fox in the Snow

Red Fox in the Snow

$1,149.00 USD w60 x h80 x d2 CM

Howling Blue

Howling Blue

$525.00 USD w20 x h30 x d2 CM

Brooklyn Bridge Sunset

Brooklyn Bridge Sunset

$849.00 USD w50 x h40 x d2 CM

Gorilla Night

Gorilla Night

$949.00 USD w50 x h60 x d2 CM

Safe and Sound

Safe and Sound

$949.00 USD w50 x h60 x d2 CM

Tower Bridge at Dawn

Tower Bridge at Dawn

$849.00 USD w50 x h40 x d2 CM

To the Waterhole

To the Waterhole

$1,399.00 USD w90 x h60 x d2 CM

Here We Are

Here We Are

$949.00 USD w50 x h60 x d2 CM

Spring Fox

Spring Fox

$899.00 USD w50 x h50 x d2 CM

Orange African Legacy

Orange African Legacy

$649.00 USD w40 x h30 x d2 CM

Happy Encounter

Happy Encounter

$785.00 USD w40 x h40 x d2 CM

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Beate Blume's Profile

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Concept

I typically use brilliant, vigorous colours and strong contrasts in my paintings. Clear, often geometric, shapes and repetitive elements give a unique rhythm to my paintings, unifying and separating fore- and background at the same time. Therefore, an observer sometimes has to take a moment to diffe...
I typically use brilliant, vigorous colours and strong contrasts in my paintings. Clear, often geometric, shapes and repetitive elements give a unique rhythm to my paintings, unifying and separating fore- and background at the same time. Therefore, an observer sometimes has to take a moment to differentiate the object presented from its background. I use simplified and well-defined forms. The contours of the subject remain mostly naturalistic. To increase the colours' impact I use extensive forms. The effect of the - often pure - colours is enhanced by the strong contrasts. The high purity of the colours makes the paintings appear to be flooded with light. The vivid colours emanate a joy of life and power. Strong contrasts create tension and energy. In my paintings, each fragmented part helps create the meaningful whole. I would like to create artworks in which the formal harmony of the colours and forms resonates with the viewer and conveys a sense of the possibility of completeness and unity of that person himself (or herself) even in our disconnected modern world. Despite the fragmented shapes, the contrasts and tensions, I am able to create a meaningful, harmonious whole with these elements. I think this is symbolic of our lives. All of our perception is partial and fragmented but we can still create a meaningful whole. This new visual experience resonates with the viewers and suggests that despite the disconnectedness and fragmentation of modern life, we too can create meaningful lives and feel at home in this world. My artworks reflect the beauty and positive energy of the subjects that inspire me to paint. I am particularly interested in animals and I would like to capture the magic in them. When we contemplate their being completely at home in nature, we too can feel at home in this world. I am also intrigued by scenes where people enjoy moments of their lives. I would like people to reconnect to those moments in their lives they view my art.

Biography

After long years of working privately on her techniques and compositions and developing her own unique style the German artist Beate Blume decided to finally go public in 2016. She started exhibiting internationally in 2019.Awards, Nominations and Publications:Honorable Mention Award Art Room Galler...
After long years of working privately on her techniques and compositions and developing her own unique style the German artist Beate Blume decided to finally go public in 2016. She started exhibiting internationally in 2019.

Awards, Nominations and Publications:
Honorable Mention Award Art Room Gallery 'Life on Earth' 2021 international online exhibition.
Honorable Mention Award "Blue" Online Exhibition Grey Cube Gallery 2021
Honorable Mention Prize "Colors 2021" Annual International Online Juried Art Exhibition, J. Mane Gallery, New Jersey,US.
2021 "Power of Creativity" art prize by the Contemporary Art Curators Magazine.
Nominated for the Palm Art Award in 2019 and 2021.
Her art will be featured in House & Garden Art Edit and Online House&Garden Shops in October, November and December 2021 (Conde Nast, UK).
Some of her works are published in the book „Who’s Who in Visual Art - 99 Top Fine Artists of Our Day“ published by Art Domain Whois, 2020.

She was born on September 27th 1966 in Gehrden near Hannover, Germany. She is married and has four children.
As a painter she is self-educated.

Homepage: www.beateblume.de
Instagram: beate.blume

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