Stretched Canvas

Modern Lines

Contemporary White

Classical Baroque

Unframed print


Maria Ismanah Schulze-Vorberg, Königswinter
Member Since June 2007
Artist Statement Poetry of light
... in search of this invisible touch

"Capturing the visual poetry of colours and light as they emerge and dance at the thresholds where heaven touches earth - this is my way to communicate and my joy to behold"

My art is devoted to the magical interplay of colours and form which my inner and outer eyes discover and reveal. It is influenced by my very personal perspective and perception of the subjects, their communion with their surroundings and light.

It’s not the exotic and spectacular I search for (thinking that it‘s quite easy to reproduce their beauty). It’s the seemingly common, the mostly overlooked that attracts me the most. To convert them with my camera into visual poetry, revealing their 
mystery of beauty and bewitchment is my passion and challenge.

These images - even if they originated from my very personal sense for light, beauty, harmony and composition - gain a true personal life on their own thus becoming independent beings.

They were created through me yet not by me. They have the magic to touch the viewer and capture his attention in their very own way.


My bio in a nutshell:
Born 1962 in Bukumbi/Tanzania
Raised in Ecuador/Germany/Colombia/USA/Peru
University: Universidad de Lima, Ciencias de la comunicación (Lima/Peru)
Banking Deutsche Bank (Hannover/Köln)
Married since 1994 with Max Elia, living with two children Mateo & Maya Magdalena in Königswinter (near Bonn)

Languages: German, Spanish, English
Cameras: Canon 5D & Canon 50D
Lenses: Canon EFS 18-55mm, Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 USM Macro,
Canon 50mmf/1.4, SIGMA 180 mm, f/5.6 Macro, TAMRON 28-200 zoom

Comments

Product No 4170196
Subjects Botanical, Décor, Floral & Plants, Floral & Still Life, Furniture, Game Room, Kitchen, Still Life
Style
Medium
Tags 23rd, Maria Ismanah, Schulze-Vorberg, exhibition, september, venezia, venice