Anke Carola Broeschen - Menorca FIESTADELARTE Kuenstlerin & Malerei.


Anke Carola Broeschen

Anke Carola Broeschen (* 10.01.1975 Bochum, Germany) was followed by the private tutoring in abstract and free painting from the stage designer (mentor) Andreas Szalla in Bochum, Germany, Zurich, Switzerland and at the Salzburg Festival between 2000 and 2007. In the summer of 2005, she travelled and held her first vernissage on the island of Menorca.

The island promotes the creativity of the artist with its light and the intensive colours. Faces and figures carved in rock stimulate the imagination and additional impressive moments are to be discovered in nature, these then being transferred to canvas or paper. The works of art of the artist Anke Carola Broeschen have now been produced on the Island of Menorca and nationally and internationally exhibited since 2009. The opening of the gallery in Mahon in 2016 now makes it possible to exhibit works of art on Menorca. The expression 'for the arts', in the most literal sense, defines everything Anke Carola Broeschen does. From her Gallery and FIESTADELARTE, located in the historic centre of Mao, she exhibits her creations as well as invited artists, together with FIESTADELARTE, her portal of workshops, since 2009 and creative classes of art.

The diversity and pastel coloured light in the sky and the ocean, the nature and the sea, combined with relaxation and serenity are what provide an enormous inspiration. Material that comes from the nature and the coast for example, are included in the collages, as are shards and ceramic included in the mosaics and workshops and creative tours.

Exposition virtual 2020-20

Anke Carola Broeschen

Celebrating her 20 year anniversary in stage painting Anke Carola Broeschen shows the colorful world of the current topic such as masks and social distancing in her 2020-20 exhibition. The collage artworks were created during the artist's lockdown period on the island of Menorca in her garden. The art style is representational and abstract using fabrics and acrylic paint on canvas.