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Dagmar Helbig

Dagmar Helbig

St. Michael/Austria, Ca

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PORTRAITS und MENSCHENBILDER - PORTRAITS AND HUMAN- PAINTINGS - www.dagmarhelbigart.com
My grandfather was a painter and art-professor, so my way in this direction was programmed. All my life I am working for my art, collecting faces and situations until I find a story which I can transport into a human-picture.

Since 1995 I have shown my works in different exhibitions - here only an abbreviation
2016 Kunstausstellung KulturStadtSaele, Wolfsberg
2016, St. Radegund, Reha-Klinik, Steiermark
2015/16 Kuenstlerhaus Graz
2015 Galerie Kuenstlerbund, Graz
2015 Wiener Privatklinik, Wien/Austria
2014/2015 Aldershoff, Wolfsberg/Austria
2014 Kunstmesse, Wolfsberg/Austria
2013 Aldershoff, Wolfsberg/Austria
2013 Kustmesse, Wolfsberg/Austria
2012 Art&Design, Wolfsberg/Austria
2009 Art&Design, Wolfsberg/Austria
2009 Gallery Himmel&Erde, Klagenfurt/Austria
2008 Scalaria, St. Wolfgang/Austria
2007 Gallery Zaar, Kamen/Germany
2007 Donautower, Vienna/Austria
2006 Gallery Schloss Erwitte/Germany
2004 Towngallery Wolfsberg/Austria
2003 Gallery Schloss Erwitte/Germany
1998 Museo Nacional de la Aquarela, Mexico-City/Mexico
1997 Instituto Goethe, Mexico-City/Mexico

An idea is a volatil material - it can be reality or dissolve like a breath -
to seize it is the beginning of all.
The picture tells a story, for each viewer a different one - everyone has his aspect on situations, everyone has his dreams, everyone sees life differently.
The human-picture creative from the idea leaves all freedom in the presentation -
the portrait not -
but the tension in the challenge of everything to make the visible visibly - and also the invisible - which actually constitutes the portrait.

I am living and working in Austria, the total opposite to my home-town Hamburg in Germany.
From time to time I go to Mexico-City, to see my family and to work and exhibit there for some months.

All Paintings are property of the artist and protected by (c) copyright and the international Copyright Laws. All images on this websites are not public domain, they are all the exclusive property of the artist. All images/paintings can NOT be reproduced without the written authorization of Dagmar Helbig the artist.

 

HANNES by Dagmar Helbig

 

Miracle by Dagmar Helbig

 

DETERMINATION / PORTRAIT by Dagmar Helbig

 

SELFPORTRAIT by Dagmar Helbig

 

Joy of Life by Dagmar Helbig

 

HOMELESS by Dagmar Helbig

 

Sonata by Dagmar Helbig

 

THE OTHER JOKER by Dagmar Helbig

 

CLAUDIA-PORTRAIT by Dagmar Helbig

 

PORTRAIT OF AN IDOL by Dagmar Helbig

 

Happyness and Freedom by Dagmar Helbig

 

LINES and COLORS by Dagmar Helbig

 

HEAVEN SEVEN by Dagmar Helbig

 

PORTRAIT OF DR DANIEL PRESSL by Dagmar Helbig

 

ABSTRACT GARDEN by Dagmar Helbig

 

SILENCE by Dagmar Helbig

 

Lucky Impression by Dagmar Helbig

 

Heavenly Spring by Dagmar Helbig

 

POKERTABLE by Dagmar Helbig

 

HEAVEN BLUE by Dagmar Helbig

 

GARDEN IN NORTHERN LIGHT by Dagmar Helbig

 

SECRET GARDEN 110x180 cm by Dagmar Helbig

 

IMPRESSION OF THE TOWN OF WOLVES by Dagmar Helbig

 

SOMEWHERE IN PARADISE by Dagmar Helbig

 

MUSEUMSVISIT by Dagmar Helbig

 

THE HIDDEN GARDEN by Dagmar Helbig

 

The Unicorn by Dagmar Helbig

 

Zapatos i by Dagmar Helbig

 

FLAMENCO-John Singer-Sargent by Dagmar Helbig

 

SUMMERWIND by Dagmar Helbig

 

VENETIAN IMPRESSION by Dagmar Helbig

 

Two Girls with a Byke by Dagmar Helbig

 

COOL NEW YORK by Dagmar Helbig

 

WILDERNESS by Dagmar Helbig

 

SKYLINE NEW YORK by Dagmar Helbig

 

concrete by Dagmar Helbig

 

Eva and Antonia by Dagmar Helbig

 

PORTRAIT ANDRES by Dagmar Helbig

 

CHAOS PANIC DISORDER by Dagmar Helbig

 

Little Buddha by Dagmar Helbig

 

DETAIL OF LAST SUPPER by Dagmar Helbig

 

African Madonna by Dagmar Helbig

 

DETAIL OF LAST SUPPER by Dagmar Helbig

 

Farmer by Dagmar Helbig

 

POLOPLAYER II by Dagmar Helbig

 

POLOPLAYER by Dagmar Helbig

 

THE FIGHTER - 145x110 cm by Dagmar Helbig

 

PORTRAIT SPECIAL OBSERVER by Dagmar Helbig