- ABOUT ME Andrea Chudoba"Andrea is a professional artist and an example of multicultural fusion.
A few years later Andrea moved to England for her husband’s career, and together they built their wonderful family of four. They moved back to Germany, and in 2002 the family crossed the ocean to start a new exciting life in the United States.
The waiting period for the green card residency status took 6 years for Andrea. During those times she decided to expand her horizon in the world of faux finishes and executed several courses for exquisite finishes throughout the US. Andrea also found deep satisfaction and joy in enlightening both children and adults when she taught several private mixed media classes and summer camps.
Her desire to inspire is deeply rooted in her being and has awarded her with a lot of fulfillment and two amazing artistic children. Andrea’s family is her inspiration for which she is eternally grateful.
Coping with all moves, fitting in, leaving family behind, being recognized, etc. leads her to scope out the horizon and interpret invisible ones.
She reached, she sought, she looked, she dreamt and now she is; a devoted artist capable of visualizing a language spoken beyond the word.
Her creations are a visual response to life as a foreigner, transformation, and the continued reinvention of a woman in her lifetime.
Andrea aims for a sentimental collection of stories about great tests in life, purpose, and the hardest but also best times to love.
A portrait of beauty and light in all cracks of life.
I have worked in Mixed Media for the past 20 years, and have developed an eye for color and design since over 35 years. Foils, gold leaf, plaster, wax, paper, textiles, acrylics, inks, markers, and oils are my go-to materials. First layers are applied intuitively, followed by brushwork that can be abstract or lifelike.
I refer to myself as a figurative expressionist and a multi-passionate creator. I paint people, mostly women, emotions, and the human spirit.
I am fascinated by the inner human landscape lingering beneath our exterior walls. It is fragile, elusive, hopeful, and determined.
My creations are a visual response to transformation, and the continued reinvention of a woman throughout her lifetime.
I am a mixed media artist. The first stages in my paintings look like an abstract cloud of texture,
until it feels ready to be continued with abstract or lifelike brushwork. I refer to myself as a figurative expressionist. I am fascinated by people, portraits, and the beauty of inner human landscapes
lingering beneath our exterior walls. My works are a visual response to human transformation in a lifetime.
Winner of Le Salon #2Andrea Chudoba Inflorescence 30 x 15 Mixed Media $4650