„It's all about colors!"
Tina Reichel comes from Erfurt and has meanwhile found a second home in the art city of Düsseldorf. But the Thuringian capital is and will continue to be a central location for them. Erfurt is your haven of peace, your ultimate point of identification. For many years the great-great-granddaughter of the Saalfeld painter Carl Altenburg was traveling around the globe.
Bild Zeitung: Farbenrausch im Erfurter Dom
Erfurt – Das Marienmosaik, der Wolfram-Leuchter, Einhornalter oder Lucas Cranachs Vermählung der heiligen Katharina – an Kunstwerken mangelt es dem Erfurter Dom nicht. Doch jetzt wird es bunt im Wahrzeichen der Stadt!
LONDON GIN ART BY TINA REICHEL
In collaboration with “Mr. Gin "Matthias Wiegand, composed in the Wiegand Manufactur Weimar, has been making a very special drop of fuel since 2018.
The exclusive London Dry Organic Gin by Tina Reichel can be ordered twice a year in a limited number in 2 variants.
Now in my shop!
Rebirth in an "ART COCOON"!
With new types of work that overcome the boundary between panel painting and sculpture with playful ease, the Erfurt artist is once again setting a strong example in the Corona crisis. Their “Cocoons” celebrate the rebirth of art - and remind us of times when an entire country felt as if it had been reborn.
April 18th is the day that all of Germany is waiting for. Until then, the currently applicable lockdown rules to contain the corona pandemic have been extended. And last but not least, it is the artists who are longing for this day. This also applies to the Erfurt painter Tina Reichel. Under the title “Reborn”, that means “reborn” or “newly born”, she has created a completely new series of works with which she sets a colorful symbol against the sadness of the crisis. Today her new work appears just in time for her birthday. With this, the artist gives herself her best birthday present.
Tina Reichel is back with "Reborn"
Just so that you don't get a wrong impression: Reichel was never really gone. On the contrary! Her architecture pictures have been on view in Erfurt Cathedral under the title “Laut” since December.
For “Reborn” the artist did not create classic panel paintings, but rather sculptures that she calls “cocoons”. These are canvases initially painted with oil or acrylic, which are then processed after the application of paint using a process she has developed in order to then be set up in an upright position in different sizes from 120 to 185 centimeters in height.