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For me, art is a kind of help and solution - it helps me to process and grasp feelings that are difficult for others to understand.
Vanessa Meyer is a young artist from near Stuttgart who took the time for her art in the first Corona lockdown and has been creating and selling wonderful, feminine paintings since 2020. Since then she has been working on her art every day and developing her autodidactic skills. From pouring, painting, epoxy resin casting to alcohol ink and spatula technique, Vanessa Meyer has already tried a lot and gained experience. Her unique, modern works of art have their own charm, which she adds with floral or golden accents, making them atmospheric, aesthetic works. As a young, up-and-coming artist, Vanessa Meyer, in her collaboration with CheetahCraft worldart, is now able to offer and sell her beautiful works of art outside of Germany and on the international art market.
I've been a person who feels too much for as long as I can remember. When I was young, there was only love in life for me. I grew up in a wonderful family, for which I am incredibly grateful. As I got older, things like hatred, disappointment, arguments and injuries came along, which was incredibly difficult for me to process. My first great love, too, was a long-time unrequited love that bothered me hard. I had always only believed in the good in people and only saw the good and so unfortunately I had to learn to get down to the bottom of the facts earlier than wanted. When things like this have happened to me in the past, I sometimes couldn't sleep for days or weeks and my thoughts went round and round day and night. This has not happened to me since I started painting. It's like I've found a tool, some kind of help and solution rolled into one.
When I paint, my thoughts completely disappear. Sometimes I paint for hours without a short break and I don't even notice it. It's like time stands still and I've never done anything else. With my art I want to express this love that is deeply anchored in me. I want to give other people hope that there is good in this world, that the good in life will always win and that sometimes you just have to open your eyes to see the things that make you happy.