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Tünde Wagner is a self-taught artist who started dealing with art a few years ago, but then had to take a break due to a life-changing diagnosis. It was only after this very difficult time for the Hungarian artist that she was able to devote herself to art again with new inspiration and energy, and so this stroke of fate became the trigger for her artistic career. Although Tünde Wagner never had a formal art education as an artist, or took part in any art courses or seminars, her style is unique and reflects many unconscious influences of well-known artists such as Hundertwasser. Tünde Wagner's art is an authentic 'letting go' of her limitless creativity and so there are many different, very personal messages and emotions in each of her abstract, semi-abstract or even figurative acrylic paintings. The demand for and interest in Tünde Wagner and her unique, colorful artworks is steadily increasing and so the cooperation with CheetahCraft worldart now offers her the necessary platform to offer and sell her acrylic paintings internationally online and outside of Austria.
4th international Leonardo Da Vinci Award (Florenz)
March 2020: Exhibition at the Ministry of Defense, Vienna
September 2020: Exhibition 'Menschenbilder' in the Publicartists Gallery in Vienna
May 2021: Exhibition 'Art is Gold' in the Publicartists Gallery in Vienna
June -July 2021: Italy / Florence exhibition 'Dreams'
Since 2021: Permanent exhibition in Dr. Harald Sumper in raiding
April 2022: Dailyssage 'GEOMETRIE' in the Publicartists Gallery in Vienna
June 2022: Exhibition 'Moderne Vielfalt' in the Sur Gallery with CheetahCraft worldart in Vienna
July 2022: Exhibition in the Bridge Club Vienna
What is painting to me? For me, painting is like a valve, I use it to express emotions, the inexpressible and memories. In general, I go through life very carefully and am always inspired by small things such as smells, touches or individual moments. Art has always interested me and accompanied my life, but it was only for 1 1/2 years ago that I began to actively express myself through my art and to enchant my fellow human beings with my colorful diversity.
As a child I always had the dream of becoming a ballerina, but unfortunately this dream could not be realized due to an accident. I noticed early on that painting and dancing are very closely related. In dance as in painting, emotions are represented graphically through passion, vibrations and emotions. When I pick up a brush, I mix all of my colors myself and match them to my own liking. I do this with the help of my senses, seeing, hearing, feeling, and even occasionally tasting. Each of my works of art is like a dancing couple that glides across the parquet full of passion and sensuality.