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Art Flow Studio Gallery - Paleochora

Eveline Josefine Oswald - art exhibition - "Wild Art Project"

Eveline finds artistic inspiration through almost any natural material she can find. A connection between the Feminine and the Natural is central to her ideology, and it is from this special relationship that her works are created.

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Eveline Josefine Oswald - art exhibition - "Wild Art Project"
Eveline Josefine Oswald - art exhibition - "Wild Art Project"

Time & Location

20 Sept 2022, 19:00 – 27 Sept 2022, 23:00

Art Flow Studio Gallery - Paleochora , paleochora port, Paleochora 730 01 close to, Taxi station, Paleochora 730 01, Grecia

About the event

Born in 1962 and growing up in Switzerland, Eveline finds artistic  inspiration through almost any natural material she can find. Artworks are  on old wood or various metals; she works with bone, horns or fur, and  paints with coffee, sand, watercolors amongst many other materials.

Eveline  has always been interested in meeting new people and discovering  different cultures. Since her youth, she has felt compelled to travel  and experience lesser-known traditions.

At 20, she realised a  4-month trip to Sinai, where she lived with Bedouin families in their  black tents, interacting with them in their daily life: herding goats,  searching for water, cooking on the open fire. She remains deeply  imprinted by the simplicity of this life close to nature under the  silent starry sky. This was the point at which her curiosity and  fascination with nomads and their culture began.

She has travelled  extensively and was always able to learn deeply from the experience of  archaic culture and its transience. Creativity, for Eveline, is a basic  need: the path to become a balanced person. Today, after some difficult  personal situations, reflecting on the starry sky of Sinai, she lives In  Crete in a remote location without electricity or any urban comfort and  infrastructure.She creates her paintings and sculptures here in a yurt  (Mongolian tent), shaped by the environment, and dealing with  transience, inspired by the extraordinary wilderness and her own primal  world. Her works are deliberately nameless. She wants to seduce people  such that, through her works they can tell their own stories: their  visualizations, their memories; using that 'inner eye' that is at the  center of each and everyone’s spiritual world.

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