MULI

We picture what we feel. Simultaneously we feel what we picture. Fascinating. The decision lies in the eye of the beholder. That decision one can only make for themselves. Just in that moment, as the mirroring projection has already occurred.

Artist Muli was born in 1987 in Henstedt-Ulzburg and is currently living in Cologne. Eversince she was little, she found a way for herself to cope with impressions of the world through coloring and drawing. She was guided by many emotions brought about by the people and animals which steadily accompanied her. Art still actively offers a safe space for her to this day, in which she’s able to create and shape her own world, within her personalized impressions. She began sketching her rural surroundings and its animals, to then develop her own style on canvas. Furthermore, Muli is genuinely and intensly engaged in examining our society and its collective human interaction. She captures her thoughts regarding these topics in form of poems and personalized quotes.

Last man standing – Nature is King

Acryl on Canvas
Mixed Media
60 x 100 cm
With little Stones,
cut Swarovski
Frame: Barock wood silber
If one assumes that balance is that which upholds the center, then life swings through waves around it.

Raindance
Acryl on Canvas
Mixed Media
80 x 100 cm
Frame: Barock wood

And in the end we dream about everything that already surrounds us.

Tatanka

Acryl on Canvas
Mixed Media
100 x 60 cm
Frame: Barock wood gold
Special: Glows in black light
Request concerning Tatanka

Mad Boy
Acryl on Canvas
Mixed Media
80 x 120 cm
Frame: Barock wood gold

Request concerning Frecher Bub - Mad Boy
Often times it’s tremendous craziness that leads to clearest realizations.

Dancing Frog
Acryl on Canvas
Mixed Media
120 x 160 cm
With little Stones, cut Swarovski
Frame: Barock wood gold

Request concerning Dancing Frog

Flying Jungle

Acryl on Canvas
Mixed Media
80 x 120 cm
Frame: Wood white silver

If you would ask me,
what I’d have to say.
the answer I will give you,
be free in your heart,
Forget the pain,
trust and laugh,
live,
love,
and dance together,
thats the meaning of freedom.

Balletto
Acryl on Canvas
Mixed Media
80 x 60 cm
Frame: Wood black gold

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