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MIRON SCHMÜCKLE
NON SATURATUR OCLUS VISU IV, 2019, Indian ink, watercolour and coloured pencil on cardboard, 182 x 110 cm
MIRON SCHMÜCKLE
NON SATURATUR OCLUS VISU IV, 2019
Indian ink, watercolour and coloured pencil on cardboard
182 x 110 cm
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MIRON SCHMÜCKLE
PERPETUUM FLORENS (III), 2019 - 2020, Graphite, Indian ink, watercolour and coloured pencil on cardboard, 100 x 70 cm
MIRON SCHMÜCKLE
PERPETUUM FLORENS (III), 2019 - 2020
Graphite, Indian ink, watercolour and coloured pencil on cardboard
100 x 70 cm
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MIRON SCHMÜCKLE
b. 1966 in Sibiu, ROU; lives and works in Berlin, DE

Miron Schmückle’s delicate paintings and their Latin titles, trick the viewer to fall for the pre-conceived idea that they are something they are not. Hidden behind apparent botanical illustrations, the beauty of nature presents itself in the paintings in its most pure state, only to let the viewer discover through observation, that the plant-like elements depicted are fruit of the artist’s imagination.
Schmückle exaggerates the beauty of nature, creating artificial life with flowers that don’t belong to the Earth. The colours merge delicately within the shapes that enclose them. Applied on the surface, the Indian ink reproduces the vivid shades found in jungles and forests.
MIRON SCHMÜCKLE, FLOAT II, 2021, Indian ink, watercolour and coloured pencil on cardboard, 80 x 125 cm
MIRON SCHMÜCKLE
FLOAT II, 2021
Indian ink, watercolour and coloured pencil on cardboard
80 x 125 cm
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MIRON SCHMÜCKLE, IMAGO III, 2021, Indian ink and watercolour on hand-made paper, 76 x 56 cm
MIRON SCHMÜCKLE
IMAGO III, 2021
Indian ink and watercolour on hand-made paper
76 x 56 cm
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Past exhibitions
Miron Schmückle
BULB FICTION
SETAREH Düsseldorf
elective affinities
SETAREH is pleased to present the group exhibition elective affinities with works by Kate Andrews, Wolfgang Betke, Bea Bonafini, Gregor Gleiwitz, Philipp Goldbach, Bettina Marx, Christian Megert, Sebastian Riemer, Laura Sachs, Elsa Sahal and Miron Schmückle.
SETAREH Düsseldorf
08.05.21 FAZ
ALLES ENSPRINGT DER KNOLLE

,,Das Aquarell verzeiht nichts", sagt Miron Schmückle vor einem seiner Bilder; das größte unter ihnen misst gut zwei mal 1,5 Meter: Was für ein Format für ein Aquarell von so unglablicher Freiheit!

29.03.22 WELTKUNST
SAG ES DURCH DIE BLUME

Durch das Berliner Atelier von Miron Schmückle weht der Geistder frühen Neuzeit. Der Schriftsteller Mathias Gratz hat den Maler besucht undsprach mit ihm über die Schönheit und das Gcheimnis der Pflanzen.

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Kate Andrews, Transit, 2021, Oil on canvas, 100 x 80 cm
KATE ANDREWS
HOVERBEAM, 2021
Oil on canvas
110 x 90 cm
Kate Andrews, Arena, 2021, Oil on canvas, 50 x 80 cm
KATE ANDREWS
HOVERBEAM, 2021
Oil on canvas
110 x 90 cm