Klara Schoell’s paintings are inspired by drawings, collages and short texts that she creates like a diary. The images are created intuitively. The canvas is first edited with gestures. It’s about color compositions that create a painting ground, on the basis of which a concrete pictorial motif then develops. This is followed by a conscious decision as to which moments are preserved and which are destroyed.
Only during this process does the artist commit to a pictorial motif. This creates a field of tension between impulsiveness and rationality, between abstraction and the figurative.