Barbara Kuebel

Artwork

 Gardener Gets His Hand Growing In the Sky, 2019

Barbara Kuebel

Gardener Gets His Hand Growing In the Sky, 2019

Oil on Canvas

40 x 40 in (101.60 x 101.60 cm)

$950

Giant Woodcut Print #4, 2019

Barbara Kuebel

Giant Woodcut Print #4, 2019

Woodcut Print

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$1,700

Rust Woodcut (without mat 2), 2019

Barbara Kuebel

Rust Woodcut (without mat 2), 2019

Woodcut Print

27 x 20 in (68.58 x 50.80 cm)

$220

Giant Woodcut Print #1, 2019

Barbara Kuebel

Giant Woodcut Print #1, 2019

Woodcut Print

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$1,500

More Than Love 1, 2019

Barbara Kuebel

More Than Love 1, 2019

Oil and Pencil on Paper

23 x 29 in (58.42 x 73.66 cm)

$600

The Whistlers, 2019

Barbara Kuebel

The Whistlers, 2019

Woodcut Print

16 x 25 in (40.64 x 63.50 cm)

$400

Giant Woodcut Print #2, 2019

Barbara Kuebel

Giant Woodcut Print #2, 2019

Woodcut Print

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$1,500

More than Love II, 2019

Barbara Kuebel

More than Love II, 2019

Oil and Pencil on Paper

23 x 29 in (58.42 x 73.66 cm)

$600

Transformation of Shape, 2019

Barbara Kuebel

Transformation of Shape, 2019

Oil on Canvas

40 x 40 in (101.60 x 101.60 cm)

$950

Giant Woodcut Print #3, 2019

Barbara Kuebel

Giant Woodcut Print #3, 2019

Woodcut Print

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$1,700

Prelude, 2019

Barbara Kuebel

Prelude, 2019

Woodcut Print

16 x 25 in (40.64 x 63.50 cm)

$400

Various works on paper 20 x14 sold separately, 2019

Barbara Kuebel

Various works on paper 20 x14 sold separately, 2019

Oil and Pencil on Paper

14 x 20 in (35.56 x 50.80 cm)

$80

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Touching 4 Corners, 2019

Barbara Kuebel

Touching 4 Corners, 2019

Woodcut Print

60 x 55 in (152.40 x 139.70 cm)

Graphic Body Studies, 2019

Barbara Kuebel

Graphic Body Studies, 2019

Oil Pastel on Paper

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The Hiss, 2019

Barbara Kuebel

The Hiss, 2019

Woodcut Print

16 x 25 in (40.64 x 63.50 cm)

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Barbara Kuebel
Barbara Kuebel was born and raised in Austria and earned two art degrees from the Academy of Fine Art in Vienna. She currently lives in Daphne. Keubel uses oil and pencil for her works on paper and on canvas; she also finds expression through print techniques such as woodcut. She is inspired by people and their interaction in groups. She creates impressions through figures in a simplified environment, offering visual scenarios shaped by spontaneous emotion, aggression, affection, isolation and social density. Kuebel's work is characterized by strong graphic elements resulting from pencil strokes which she sees as the most important carrier of visual information. She is not specifically interested in the description of the figure--rather, she sees gesture as the most important quality.
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