Astrid Styma

Astrid Styma

Astrid Styma

Astrid Styma

Astrid Styma

About

About

About

In her still lifes, portraits and sculptural interventions, Astrid Styma (born 1988, lives and works in Düsseldorf) creates an intimate connection between the self and its surroundings. With only a few protagonists, whom the artist integrates into her pictorial world, this complex web of relationships is achieved through very simple interventions in the arrangement. In this composition in space, the initially classical subjects she chooses convey a narrative level that tells us about proximity and strangeness, joy and pain.

In her still lifes, portraits and sculptural interventions, Astrid Styma (born 1988, lives and works in Düsseldorf) creates an intimate connection between the self and its surroundings. With only a few protagonists, whom the artist integrates into her pictorial world, this complex web of relationships is achieved through very simple interventions in the arrangement. In this composition in space, the initially classical subjects she chooses convey a narrative level that tells us about proximity and strangeness, joy and pain.

In her still lifes, portraits and sculptural interventions, Astrid Styma (born 1988, lives and works in Düsseldorf) creates an intimate connection between the self and its surroundings. With only a few protagonists, whom the artist integrates into her pictorial world, this complex web of relationships is achieved through very simple interventions in the arrangement. In this composition in space, the initially classical subjects she chooses convey a narrative level that tells us about proximity and strangeness, joy and pain.

In her still lifes, portraits and sculptural interventions, Astrid Styma (born 1988, lives and works in Düsseldorf) creates an intimate connection between the self and its surroundings. With only a few protagonists, whom the artist integrates into her pictorial world, this complex web of relationships is achieved through very simple interventions in the arrangement. In this composition in space, the initially classical subjects she chooses convey a narrative level that tells us about proximity and strangeness, joy and pain.

In her still lifes, portraits and sculptural interventions, Astrid Styma (born 1988, lives and works in Düsseldorf) creates an intimate connection between the self and its surroundings. With only a few protagonists, whom the artist integrates into her pictorial world, this complex web of relationships is achieved through very simple interventions in the arrangement. In this composition in space, the initially classical subjects she chooses convey a narrative level that tells us about proximity and strangeness, joy and pain.

Selected works

Selected works

Selected works

Selected works

Selected works

1. Güte und Grausamkeit, 2020, Oil on wood, 62x50 cm

2. Deathbed Reflections 2, 2020, Oil on wood, 57x40 cm

3. Aura 2, 2020, Oil on canvas, 85x55 cm

4. Morgen, 2020, Oil on canvas, 100x60 cm

5. Deathbed Reflections 3, 2020, Oil and acrylic on acrylic glass, pencil and acrylic on wood,
65x103x75 cm

6. I couldn't stop myself from smashing your face in my dreams, 2019, Oil on wood and plaster, foam,
hand-embroidered velvet, 32x30x32 cm

7. (Breaking) the Silence 2, 2019, Oil on canvas, 200x145 cm

1. Güte und Grausamkeit, 2020, Oil on wood, 62x50 cm

2. Deathbed Reflections 2, 2020, Oil on wood, 57x40 cm

3. Aura 2, 2020, Oil on canvas, 85x55 cm

4. Morgen, 2020, Oil on canvas, 100x60 cm

5. Deathbed Reflections 3, 2020, Oil and acrylic on acrylic glass, pencil and acrylic on wood,
65x103x75 cm

6. I couldn't stop myself from smashing your face in my dreams, 2019, Oil on wood and plaster, foam,
hand-embroidered velvet, 32x30x32 cm

7. (Breaking) the Silence 2, 2019, Oil on canvas, 200x145 cm

1. Güte und Grausamkeit, 2020, Oil on wood, 62x50 cm

2. Deathbed Reflections 2, 2020, Oil on wood, 57x40 cm

3. Aura 2, 2020, Oil on canvas, 85x55 cm

4. Morgen, 2020, Oil on canvas, 100x60 cm

5. Deathbed Reflections 3, 2020, Oil and acrylic on acrylic glass, pencil and acrylic on wood,
65x103x75 cm

6. I couldn't stop myself from smashing your face in my dreams, 2019, Oil on wood and plaster, foam,
hand-embroidered velvet, 32x30x32 cm

7. (Breaking) the Silence 2, 2019, Oil on canvas, 200x145 cm

1. Güte und Grausamkeit, 2020, Oil on wood, 62x50 cm

2. Deathbed Reflections 2, 2020, Oil on wood, 57x40 cm

3. Aura 2, 2020, Oil on canvas, 85x55 cm

4. Morgen, 2020, Oil on canvas, 100x60 cm

5. Deathbed Reflections 3, 2020, Oil and acrylic on acrylic glass, pencil and acrylic on wood, 65x103x75 cm

6. I couldn't stop myself from smashing your face in my dreams, 2019, 
Oil on wood and plaster, foam, hand-embroidered velvet, 32x30x32 cm

7. (Breaking) the Silence 2, 2019, Oil on canvas, 200x145 cm

1. Güte und Grausamkeit, 2020,
Oil on wood, 62x50 cm

2. Deathbed Reflections 2, 2020,
Oil on wood, 57x40 cm

3. Aura 2, 2020, Oil on canvas, 85x55 cm

4. Morgen, 2020, Oil on canvas,
100x60 cm

5. Deathbed Reflections 3, 2020, Oil and acrylic on acrylic glass, pencil and acrylic on wood, 65x103x75 cm

6. I couldn't stop myself from smashing your face in my dreams, 2019, Oil on wood and plaster, foam, hand-embroidered velvet, 32x30x32 cm

7. (Breaking) the Silence 2, 2019,
Oil on canvas, 200x145 cm

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