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Andrea Haase

Andrea Haase is an artist born in 1964. She understands how to put elements of composition and of color up to express her subjects through paintings. This understanding of figures and structures stems from architectural studies she earlier followed. Andrea's art has been inspired by travels, influencing her view of subjects and their art representation. She has taken several trips to different countries and has learned to capture this in her art. Andrea also uses text in her art to give inspirational messages to her audience. Andrea has sold pieces to art lovers, her art is displayed in many homes in the Caribbean, Germany and many other global locations as well.
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Where are you from?

I was born in Bielefeld, a city in North-Rhine Westphalia in the north-west of Germany.

Where do you live now?

I live and work in a little place between Rostock and Stralsund, near the Baltic Sea coast.

Does the place where you live have an effect on your art?

The countryside offers me the peace and quiet I need to do creative work.

What is your biggest inspiration for art?

I find my inspiration in nature and browsing flea markets and junk-shops.

What mediums do you use for your art?

I work with collage, acrylics, digital and photography.

What do you feel is your greatest strength in your art?

My greatest strength is my versatility, I am not set at a specific style. I always like to experiment with new themes, materials and techniques.

What do you enjoy most about being an artist?

The best thing about being an artist is the freedom to follow your intuition. Creative work is playful, you can reclaim a piece of childhood.

Where do you see yourself as an artist in the next 10 years?

I would like to have established my work overseas as well as in Germany and Europe.

What is your biggest advice for aspiring and uprising artists?

To be successful as an artist you need to be absolutely passionate and willing to work hard. An artists is always an artist, you do not put your hat down at the end of the day and switch off. It is an advantage to have some talent, but a lifelong willingness to grow and learn is much more important. If you are an idealist refusing to consider the possible commercial aspects of your work, you might still be successful, but only if you have a unique talent or an immense amount of good luck.
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