Karin Monschauer

Karin Monschauer creates worlds full of shapes and colors with computer graphics software. Her Digital Art creates abstractions of infinite interpretations. The embroidery technique has always fascinated her, allowing to externalize the connection and the interweaving of colors and shapes. This methodology, ‘raqm’ in Arabic, allows to create ornamental designs on fabric through the use of one or more threads of different colors. She draws on her intially manual skills and uses art design programs to plan abstractions rich in geometric evolutions connected in tonal ranges between hot and cold.
Monschauer proposes visual languages characterized by pure imagination as well as explicit reference to nature and textures by ancient and modern masters. She digitally paints undefined tracks every human being interprets and follows.
Currently, her art is permanently represented with one work at the European Art Museum, Frederiksvaerk, Denmark, and four works at Le Bois Du Cazier Museum, Charleroi, Belgium.



Digital Art-Printing on Canvas


Crociata “Crociata”

2015, 40,47“x40,47“, Digital Art-Printing on Canvas

Diapositive “Diapositive”

2016, 26,77"x40,94", Digital Art-Printing on Canvas

Conchiglia “Conchiglia”

2017, 35,43“x35,43“, Digital Art-Printing on Canvas

Sog “Sog”

2017, 51,18“x51,18“, Digital Art-Printing on Canvas

Untitled “Untitled”

2018, 19,69“x19,69“, Digital Art-Printing on Canvas