Irina Schönhals (* 1967 in the Soviet Union, in what is now Kazakhstan) received artistic training at a young age and learned the art of classical painting from the famous painter Alexander Shevchenko. As a teacher and lecturer for painting, she was mainly concerned with multi-layered painting according to the old Dutch school. In multi-layer painting, the work on the painting is divided into several stages, which are interrupted by long pauses for the paint to dry completely. Each canvas thus becomes a captured moment of life - a reminder to preserve life on our planet.
In the early 1990s Irina Schönhals moved to Germany and, fascinated, learned the craft of floristry while continuing to perfect the techniques of the old masters with oil paints.
In Irina Schönhals' paintings, the flower motifs come alive and radiate light and joy. The motifs appear so realistic that the viewer feels the desire to touch them.
Irina Schönhals: Reverans / Mehrschichtige Ölmalerei, 90 x 70 cm, 2018
Irina Schönhals: Iris / Mehrschichtige Ölmalerei, 50 x 80 cm
Irina Schönhals: Mailand / Mehrschichtige Ölmalerei
Irina Schönhals: Mona Lisa / Mehrschichtige Ölmalerei
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