Anna Flores

German artist Anna Flores’ artworks are the result of a rationalized exchange between the diverging forces of color, shape, and pattern. Using a wide array of techniques and materials, her artistic process creates distinctive patchwork pieces that collectors love worldwide.

A walk-through of Anna Flores' studio reveals a frenzy of colors and materials. Covered in splatters and drips of paint, her floor resembles a painting by Jackson Pollock. Countless color studies adorn the walls. Color tubes are stacked next to spray cans, varnishes, and pigments. Sand, paper rolls, and old tablecloths are among the myriad of elements that inspire her paintings.

Through collage, hand screen printing, and painting, Flores has found a distinctive, unusual visual language. Stylistically confident and relaxed, she undertakes forays through the history of art, daring the tightrope walk between classical and kitsch.

Ornamentation plays an important role in Anna Flores’ work. Patterns, shapes and designs accompany abstracted figures to balance the overall composition. The layering of components from the background to the foreground creates a balance between classical inspiration and kitsch. The depth and intricacy of color, line and space create a unique style indicative of Flores’ expansive inspirations.