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Eileen Lunecke

Description

Eileen Lunecke is a collector of places and moments.
Real places inspire her creations, using her own experiences as a starting point.
She has always been interested in working with striking colors, and today this resource allows her to transmit her discourse in a clean and precise way.

She visits places, imbues herself with the feeling of actually being there, takes notes, and additionally makes a photographic record of each place.
This way, the city and the people are the starting point for her artistic research, which revolves around the observation of urban spaces and individuals, with the aim of interpreting the characteristics of each one of them.

Website: www.eileenlunecke.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ArteEileenLunecke/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/arte.eileen.lunecke

Artist statement

My name is Eileen Lunecke.
I am a visual artist.
I have been painting for about 20 years, and my style has undoubtedly changed over the years.
I could define my current work as realistic with inclinations towards pop art. I have always been very interested in working with striking colors, and today, this resource allows me to transmit my speech in a clean and precise way.
During the last years, my creative process has been developing in a particular way. I like to visit places, imbue myself with feelings and experiences of being there, take notes, and additionally make a photographic record of each place. Later, I use this material to create my paintings.
In this way, I use the city as a starting point for my artistic research, which revolves around the observation of urban spaces, with the aim of interpreting the characteristics of each place.
That is when I begin to consider it very necessary to incorporate people as important elements in this research. Furthermore, I feel that they are essential, since space is habitable space - or not - due to the interaction of individuals with it.
Painting cities and people begins to be for me, then, the cause and effect, being enough reason to visit different cities in Chile, and even the world. I look for new places, I exhibit my work in those places, and so on.
Let's continue exploring the world, with its cities and its people.

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