Updated: Jan 5
Born in 1965 in the village of Pfinzweiler (now Straubenhardt) in Baden-Württemberg in Germany, Heidrun upon moving to Lower Saxony in 2009 decided to devote her life to painting. Heidrun is completely self-taught. From 2009 until 2018 she devoted her time to her studio and to perfecting her talents experimenting and producing 3 dimensional abstraction.
In 2018 Heidrun and her husband moved to live permanently in Madeira, inspired by the unique landscape, its oceanic setting, and the explosive colours of the fauna and flora.
To date this artist has already been represented at several exhibitions and international art fairs including Baden-Baden, Mannheim, Island Sylt, and has received several art awards.
Heidrun is an experimental artist using a spatula technique to create 3D abstracts. Using highly intense colours, and each finished work carefully balanced between emotional display and technical rationality, they work as art pieces in their own right, but when viewed through a pair of 3D spectacles they are transformed into a magical world of depth and movement. Each produces its own unique resonance, and is deliberately bereft of title because Heidrun wishes to allow each viewer the total freedom to explore the experience unfettered by artistic direction.
Ambiguity in Heidrun´s work is deliberate. Using colour as agitation, thus each formless structure produces its own overall contextual set of parameters, allowing the viewer the freedom to interpret and engage in a pictorial intercourse through the artist´s visual stimulus.
Light breaking at the edges, as it does within the paint layers, allows an unlimited interpretation through vibrant expressiveness.
Each lies in quiet rectitude until it´s power is released explosively when viewed through the spectacle of 3D.