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Petra Moll @ Edenderry Library

  

The artist Petra Moll, originally from Hessen in Germany, has been living and working in Ireland since 1997. She studied in the fields of the visual arts and computer graphic design in Germany.

 

Petra has participated and collaborated in various group exhibitions and solo shows since 1990 throughout Europe.  Parallel to her own career of being a painter, she gives workshops to adults and children.  Her work has been acquired by private collectors around the world.

 

"I am a process based painter where found or recycled materials and objects are often my starting point. In combination with texture pastes, pencils, paints and pigments I turn those materials into something new.  My subject matters are mostly landscapes and old buildings and some figurative works in shapes of both, animals or humans in a abstract , minimalist style.  In my work I search for fragments and traces of memories, something that’s been lost over time and trying to re-emerge , or something that remains.  In this exhibition I want to show a mix of selected works from the past three years"

Petra Moll  

Petra Moll

Petra Moll

Petra Moll