Sarah Neumann, a budding art student at the prestigious Academy of Fine Arts in Munich, has been captivating our curatorial Team, with her exceptional and thought-provoking artwork.
In her work, Sarah attempts to construct a hazy, dreamlike atmosphere that leaves the viewer with more questions than answers.
She is fascinated by figurative paintings that challenge the viewer's perception of gender and species, and she often portrays her subjects in a way that blurs the lines between these distinctions.
One of the most intriguing aspects of Sarah's work is the way she creates enigmatic figures that seem just out of reach. Whether it's the faint memories of people, waking up after a dream, or the blurred recollection of an encounter with a being that you can't quite make out, Sarah's paintings evoke a sense of mystery and intrigue that draws the viewer in.
Through her work, Sarah aims to create feelings of being watched by someone or something, which can be both unsettling and fascinating at the same time. She leaves it up to the viewer to decide whether the figures in her paintings are human, animal, or something entirely different.
Sarah's work is a testament to her talent and dedication to her craft. She is a rising star in the art world, and it will be exciting to see where her career takes her in the future.