Veronica Krause

Always in contact with arts and creativity since I was a child as a way of self-expression, I start to build my path once I move to London 7 years ago and after a gap of losing creativity and inspiration.

I start to paint again as an exercise and practice, slowly I get that passion back and decide to study arts again. There I start to get contacts, collaborate with creatives, participate in my first group exhibition, etc. A way to feel more confident.

It was last year when I saw my style clearly and decide to follow my dreams, as a way to be back on track, cope with the pandemic and keep me grounded. So thanks to that time that I invite during the lockdowns, I start to build a strong portfolio, get commissions, have a wider network, participate in online exhibitions, etc.

My artwork is an expansion of myself. It is an abstract portrait, a new way of realism of ourselves, filled up with colours, pieces of ourselves, movement. Hot to make us different from each other.

Artwork

 

The boy from the rainbow

76.2×60.96

Acrylic paint and Posca marker pen on canvas

Commentary on Artwork
This piece is the first commissioned painting that I got during the first lockdown, when I define my style. It has a special place due was the first commission during a pandemic and in moments like this one, someone believe in me and my art. I break the harmony of portraits, building a puzzle of ourselves and doing a new reality. A new version of ourselves. I fill up this with movement, colour, energy and joy. A new version of ourselves. I mix abstract and some street art.

 

 

 

The art of drag

76.2×60.96

acrylic paint and Posca marker pen on canvas

Commentary on Artwork
This piece is the first commissioned painting that I got during the first lockdown, when I define my style. It has a special place due was the first commission during a pandemic and in moments like this one, someone believes in me and my art. I break the harmony of portraits, building a puzzle of ourselves and doing a new reality. A new version of ourselves. I fill up this with movement, colour, energy and joy. A new version of ourselves. I mix abstract and some street art.

 
 

 

A couple portrait

76.2×60.96

Acrylic paint and Posca marker pen on canvas

Commentary on Artwork
This piece is the first commissioned painting that I got during the first lockdown, when I define my style. It has a special place due was the first commission during a pandemic and in moments like this one, someone believe in me and my art. I break the harmony of portraits, building a puzzle of ourselves and doing a new reality. A new version of ourselves. I fill up this with movement, colour, energy and joy. A new version of ourselves. I mix abstract and some street art.