She is primarily self-taught and lives and works in St. Johann, Tyrol.
Rudolf sums up "the spontaneous physical liberation in space, the almost childlike, chaotic handling of color" as an antidote to "our organized, structured, text-laden working world".
The preferred painting material for her is acrylic, Al Inks and Resin
Once artists were trained in the workshop. They learned the technique with the masters until they perfectly imitated the brushstrokes.
So much so that even today the most famous art historians have found it almost impossible to determine if the work belongs to a particular master or disciple.
Today, the art of making art, certainly, has changed.
Today, the new artists understand the country's political, geographic and socio-economic problems.
They are artists who develop new languages and very often have no real teachers.
Artists who go through a different design process before they get to fine art.
This is also the case of Sabrina Rudolf and her works.
Symphonies dedicated to instinct.
Instinct that does not scream but whispers its truths.
Material compositions with a strong visual impact.
Sabrina is an artist who expresses herself with her visual works.
Narratives that become the essence of their mind, which has its most important process of investigation in the creative composition.
Inks become symbols for the manifestation of an extraordinary creative thought.
These are paintings that often emerge from joie de vivre.
I'm creating my pictures lying on the floor. For this reason, they are also photographed from a bird's eye view. The painting ground made of round cardboard
why round cardboard?
The circle is a universal symbol with extensive meaning. It represents the notions of totality, wholeness, original perfection, the Self, the infinite, eternity, timelessness, all cyclic movement, God (Source is a circle whose centre is everywhere and whose circumference is nowhere' (Hermes Trismegistus))
The artwork is not moved during the design process. I choose colors (Inks) intuitively according to mood and well-being let them merge into each other and dry.
With brushes and alcohol, I delete certain areas to get the depth and effect of the image.
The process is repeated until it unfolds a graceful mood for my soul. It can drag on hours.
It's a meditative state for my part that passes through the softness that makes me flow more and more into trance-like state of being.
Reassuring the spirit, the detachment of the social conditioning of everyday life, solving patterns in the subconscious, bringing about change through consciousness and awareness.
I call it the art that healed my life