If you have a sharp look at the environment, then it flashes and sparkles all around us in bright colors.
Born in Kösching, Germany in 1981 the artist Isabel Galvan works as a teacher and lives with her husband and daughter in Wolfenbüttel.
Already in her childhood she liked to draw and paint at home or in painting classes and since then her interest in art was awakened. Later, in adulthood, she painted first with acrylic, but ultimately favored oil paints due to the brilliant and shining luminosity.
Isabel Galvan plays in her large-format images with vivid colors, layers them with others, exposes or partially scratches them. This technique creates surprising effects, which are enhanced by the size of the canvases. The creative process is always an uncontrolled, experimental play with colors and shapes. The long drying time of the oil colors, gives the artist time to work on it again and again. If there is nothing to change, the painting is finished. Some of her works have a title, but there is always room for interpretation. With each look at the picture, new elements and structures become visible.