Alexandra Fröhling was born in Hamburg in 1968, where she still lives today and works as a freelance artist. Inspired by different art epochs and styles, the artist creates works that are reminiscent of the Renaissance.
Art of the Renaissance
Alexandra Fröhling is interested in art and employing early techniques. The Cave Painting of Lascaux, murals found in Italian catacombs dating back to 500 BC, or mosaics from Egypt inspire the artist. In her research, she digs through ancient maps and books and incorporates this inspiration into her works. She creates paintings and collages that seem mysterious and appear to originate from an era long gone.
In her works, Alexandra Fröhling combines materials such as paste, oil pastels, gold leaf, pigments and acrylics with earthy tones or chalky white. Layer by layer, she creates elegant and aesthetic worlds whose breakages and recesses deliberately leave them open. Her antique-looking works invite the viewer to a mental journey into bygone times.
An internationally recognized artist
The artist has exhibited her works at numerous exhibitions, among others in Hamburg, Luxembourg, London, Zurich and Salzburg.