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Flower Triptych by Dagmar Gögdün, Oil on Canvas
Flower Triptych by Dagmar Gögdün, Oil on Canvas
Flower Triptych by Dagmar Gögdün, Oil on Canvas
Flower Triptych by Dagmar Gögdün, Oil on Canvas
Flower Triptych by Dagmar Gögdün, Oil on Canvas

Flower Triptych by Dagmar Gögdün, Oil on Canvas

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DETAILS:

Each one: 31.5" X 15.5"

Oil on Canvas

Original Art Work

2019

ABOUT THE ARTIST:

Dagmar Gögdün

I was born in Zeitz/Germany. My childhood was rather difficult, because due to the profession of my father – an engineer – who worked in several countries like Mexico, Spain, Luxemburg I had to change eight schools and was educated in three languages, German, Spanish and French. Nevertheless I succeeded to become a foreign correspondent and due to a job offer in Istanbul, I decided to work there. Here I got to know my husband and settled down in Istanbul.

When my husband got president of the Eminönü Rotary Club we choose as our project to show Turkey from her intellectual side and organized for this purpose  a painting exhibition with the works of the assistants belonging to the academy  of fine arts – Mimar Sinan University/Istanbul. This exhibition was shown in Frankfurt and Vienna. During this organization I was so much impressed by fine arts that I could never get rid of it. I attended the  Mimar Sinan University as a guest student and later on took private lessons from  2 assistants of this university. I worked hard and opened my first exhibition in 1996. So far I had 18  solo exhibitions and about 25 group exhibitions in Istanbul, Germany, New York, Las Vegas,Miami and Rome.

The subject of my paintings are flowers in general, because during our stay in Monclova/Mexico, situated in the middle of the dessert, my father often took us to the nearby dessert in the evening  to get some refreshment. The beautiful blossoms of the cactuses growing there and their beautiful scent impressed me probably so much that this adventure settled down in my brain and is hence the reason  for my painting flowers.