ARTWORKS (Right Wall)

50 x 70 cm | Oil on Canvas

BEAUTIFUL AGE

Seeing an elderly lady like her often triggers a feeling of admiration in us. We don’t know her, but we see beauty in that face full of wrinkles. And we are proud of her, because she seems to have mastered everything that life has asked of her.

The reference photo for this painting was taken by Anjan Gosh, who is also a participant in this exhibiton.

Artist: Seona Sommer (reference photo by Anjan Gosh)

70 x 70 cm | Oil on Canvas

THE WORLD IN YOUR EYES

When the artist looks into the eyes of a stranger, a whole world opens up to her in them. She pays tribute to this crucial element in her art by painting a globe in the eyes of this Indian man, which you can only see if you get close enough. In this case, you are looking at the world with India in the foreground.

The reference photo for this painting was taken by Anjan Gosh, who is also a participant in this exhibiton.

Artist: Seona Sommer (reference photo by Anjan Gosh)

70 x 100 cm | Oil on Canvas

FRIENDS IN INDIA

There is something really special about double portraits of close friends. The models do not only interact with the photographer, which sometimes makes them a bit more shy than they usually are. But there’s a clearly visible connection among the two and it may even make them be a bit braver than they usually are. You could also say the friend really loosens up the artificial situation of the photo shoot.

The reference photo for this painting was taken by Anjan Gosh, who is also a participant in this exhibiton.

Artist: Seona Sommer (reference photo by Anjan Gosh)

70 x 100 cm | Oil on Canvas

LITTLE HEROES

Isn’t it nice to see how children are often ready to conquer the world when they are happy? Their motivation is easy to ignite. Let’s let them do it and help them develop into strong personalities with the potential to change the world!

The reference photo for this painting was taken by Anjan Gosh, who is also a participant in this exhibiton.

Artist: Seona Sommer (reference photo by Anjan Gosh)

70 x 70 cm | Oil on Canvas

LADY OF WISDOM

We often attribute to old people the special gift of wisdom. This painting is paying tribute to this very positive connotation and deliberately neglects the fears that also come with progressing age.

The reference photo for this painting was taken by Anjan Gosh, who is also a participant in this exhibiton.

Artist: Seona Sommer (reference photo by Anjan Gosh)

70 x 70 cm | Oil on Canvas

THRESHOLD

Often in life we stand at some threshold and although, or precisely because, we can already clearly see what lies beyond, we still hesitate to take a step forward. The gaze of this young woman, however, seems very purposeful. She will go her way.

The reference photo for this painting was taken by Anjan Gosh, who is also a participant in this exhibiton.

Artist: Seona Sommer (reference photo by Anjan Gosh)

70 x 70 cm | Oil on Canvas

LOST

While painting this character from an Indian theater play, the second wave of Covid in India devastated the country. The figure’s expression symbolizes the situation: a beautiful country on hold. It is therefore dedicated to all the people of India who have been affected by the pandemic.

The reference photo for this painting was taken by Anjan Gosh, who is also a participant in this exhibiton.

Artist: Seona Sommer (reference photo by Anjan Gosh)

70 x 70 cm | Oil on Canvas

THE GIRL & THE GOAT

The bond between a child and an animal can be amazing. In India many children take care of goats that are farm animals and pets at the same time.

The reference photo for this painting was taken by Anjan Gosh, who is also a participant in this exhibiton.

Artist: Seona Sommer (reference photo by Anjan Gosh)

50 x 70 cm (including a white margin) | Fine Art Print on Hahnemühle Museum Etching

INDIAN GIRL WITH BLUE HEAD SCARF

This is the first painting of the India series based on the photography by Anjan Gosh. It is therefore also the first painting with which the artist started her collaboration with other international artists, which was not yet clear to her during the painting process back then. But in retrospect, it can be said that without this painting, certain paths might never have been taken.

The original has already been sold. In this exhibition you can therefore see a print.

Artist: Seona Sommer (reference photo by Anjan Gosh)

80 x 120 cm | Photo Print on Aluminium Dibond

GARDEN OF LOVE

Her crown of white hair seems to stand like a halo around her in the night sky.

Artist: Anjan Gosh

80 x 120 cm | Photo Print on Aluminium Dibond

SOULFUL EYES

Where words are restrained, the eyes often talk a great deal.

Artist: Anjan Gosh

120 x 80 cm | Photo print on Aluminium Dibond

FULL OF LIFE

See the world through the eyes of your inner child. The eyes that sparkle in awe and amazement as they see love, magic and mystery in the most ordinary things.

Artist: Anjan Gosh

80 x 120 cm | Photo Print on Aluminium Dibond

FESTIVAL OF COLOURS

Holi is a spring festival also known as the festival of colours or the festival of love. It is an ancient Hindu religious festival which has become popular with non-Hindus in many parts of South Asia, as well as people of other communities outside Asia. The festival has, in recent times, spread to parts of Europe and North America as a spring celebration of love, frolic, and colours.

Artist: Anjan Gosh

80 x 120 cm | Photo Print on Aluminium Dibond

SIMPLICITY PERSONIFIED

Manifest plainness,
Embrace simplicity,
Reduce selfishness,
Have a few desires.

Artist: Anjan Gosh