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Eveline Stauffer

Field Nr. 16

Field Nr. 16

Original work, 2017
Acrylic and chalk on Hahnhemühle paper, 320gm2
50cm x 60cm, without frame

All the pictures in the "Fields" series have the same shape but different colours.

"When a painting consists mainly of a shape, the color is enormously important. “I love repetition of shapes, so I often do series. Not that I’m obsessed with a shape, but repetition is what makes a shape interesting. It allows me to feel and experience it more deeply. If it comes in various colors, I can experience it in different ways.” - Eveline Stauffer

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Eveline Stauffer

Visual artist

Eveline Stauffer (1971) has lived and worked as a visual artist in Bern, Switzerland since 1998. 

In a process of many form studies and experiments, fine art painter Eveline Stauffer creates colorful works of art. From the former ticket hall of Hindelbank train station, Eveline makes her artwork with Swiss precision, order and a life-long fascination for shapes.