Bavaria-born artist Redd Walitzki, currently based-in Seattle, creates paintings of fairytale women cloaked with sensual beauty and enchantment. Her nude subjects, adorned with flowers and unusual makeup, have been inspired by Rococo artistic style, bursting with ethereal, soft colors and graceful elegance. Redd uses paint and mixed-media materials on wood canvases with intricate, swirling cut-out patterns. Indeed, her work is unique and fascinating.
Enjoy this beautiful, surreal artwork!
Redd Walitzki is an internationally-exhibiting emerging artist focused on figurative Pop-Surrealism. Recent solo exhibitions include Roq La Rue in Seattle, and Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles. Her work has been showcased in many galleries including Last Rites in NYC, Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco and Auguste Clown in Melbourne Australia. She has also been featured on a variety of media outlets including HiFructose, Juxtapoz and Miroir Magazine.
Redd graduated from Cornish College of the Arts with her BFA in 2007 with a concentration in Painting, Video Animation and Printmaking. She can usually be found in her studio painting to BBC Documentaries, playing with her pet opossum, or chasing down the next strange adventure on her scooter.
All images courtesy of Redd Walitzki, and are published with permission.