Mona Hörtnagl "Bergbluamalen"
Mona Hörtnagl "Bergbluamalen"
Mona Hörtnagl "Bergbluamalen"
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Mona Hörtnagl "Bergbluamalen"

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  • Large Fine art print A1 (594 x 841mm)
  • 170g Digital Print (satin)
  • Medium Fine art print A2 (420 x 594mm)
  • 160g Offset white paper (volume)
  • Matt coated
  • Carbon offset
  • Printed at Pinguin Druck in Berlin
  • All prints individually numbered & stamped
  • Limited Edition
  • Signed & framed prints available


About the artist

The Austrian-born artist Mona Hörtnagl made Berlin her chosen home in 2015. The contrast between the urban concrete world and the landscapes of the Alps has always been the most important source of inspiration for her artistic work. In the exhibition URBANHOME Mona Hörtnagl deals with this very contrast of urbanity to wild nature. Shapes, colors and images of the city are juxtaposed and blended with the same of the countryside, the rugged mountain world.

 

About "Bergbluamalen"

"My Master’s thesis 'Design of Alpinism' focussed on a theoretical research within the world of Alpinism and it's design. A topic that wasn’t yet thoroughly discussed from that angle. The practical work of my thesis translated theoretic outcomes into visual essays - allowing the content to be quickly understood. Working on these visual essays was the starting point for my style, handling and creation of my collages. 'Bergbluamalen' is a revision of parts that were created back in 2013. I was hiking to the Kruppköpfe (a summit close to my hometown) to find inspiration for the Alps in the Alps. I plucked different kind of mountain flowers, scanned them and arranged them to represent the shape of a mountain."


Contact: www.monahoertnagl.at
Instagram: @monahoertnagl