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The famous album cover "Abbey Road" from The Beatles could have been also inspired by a catwalk scene in London 1969. Sylvia Schramm followed the question, how would it look then today? Women replace the men, but nevertheless the play with this association, reduced to the key-lines in a graphic style, makes the scene look familiar to the ovserver. The look oft he Beatles has also been a fashion uniformity, which Schramm wants to point out with the repeating oft he figures. The coexistence between the reflection of the metal and the matt color application creates a play of light. The lemon color in the motif and the luminous acrylic frame accentuate the question of uniformity in fashion. The works of the GRAPHICS group of works are worked in Digital Painting and printed on aluminium. The matt application of paint on the metal surface of the brushed base creates an exciting interplay between matt and gloss. The accent color of the motif and the luminous acrylic frame underline the main message of this work. The work group GRAPHICS contains 10 motifs and has been published as a limited edition of 30 pieces each, numbered and personally signed by the artist.
New Media Print:Digital on Aluminium
Artist Produced Limited Edition of:30
Size:11.8 W x 15.8 H x 1 D in
Packaging:Ships in a Box
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
Handling:Ships in a box. Artists are responsible for packaging and adhering to Saatchi Art’s packaging guidelines.
Ships From:Artist's studio in Germany.
Customs:Shipments from Germany may experience delays due to country's regulations for exporting valuable artworks.
“A Person who sees only fashion in fashion is a fool.” (Honoré Balzac ) Sylvia Schramm, born in Hamburg/ Germany, started drawing and being interested in art at a young age. She studied fashion design at FHS Armgartstr., Hamburg, worked as a model and traveled all over the world as a designer and a buying agent for years. Even after the birth of her two children, she continued her creative work; founding her own children’s furniture company, exhibiting her painting and illustrations, and creating her own fashion collection. But fashion decays – art stays, which finally made her decide to work exclusively as an artist in 2013. It was the intention to blur the borders between the two that led to this decision. Inspired by the culture of fashion, Sylvia Schramm now uses her large works of metal to turn something temporary into something persistent. The artist also loves to „provoke“ the art scene with her innate sense of beauty, since she believes its braver these days to stand for an artwork that is allowed to be beautiful. Although her works transmit aesthetic and a strong sense for color and shape, they are critical of the fashion issue and its „excesses“ as well. Each artwork hides a thought provoking association or story within itself. With her depictions of women, she represents a multifaceted image of the female strength and personality in our society today, which is in tune with elegance or „girl power.“ Sylvia Schramms artistic technique is digital painting, which – due to her knowledge of painting – she developed into something unique. With a very elaborate and special procedure the image is printed onto a metal plate, what creates a coexistance between the metal panel and the color . The interplay between gloss and matt characterizes the recognition value of her work. Sylvia Schramm has exhibited her works in Hamburg, Amsterdam, and Berlin and is represented on Mallorca.
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