JUTTA OBERHUBER, Worldmap, 125 x 200 cm, Strings in Frame.
JUTTA OBERHUBER, GERMANY
Studied at Städelschule in Frankfurt am Main, Germany , with Professor Thomas Bayrle and
Professor Raimer Jochims. She finished her studies with a degree in art and art theorie.
2005 to 2009 Jutta Obenhuber lived in Connecticut and in Texas in the USA. However, by
travelling to Tibet and Japan she was also influenced by the Eastern mentality.
Since graduating, she has exhibited internationally. Since 2019 she has been a lecturer at the
Frankfurt Painting Academy. In her artistic work she focuses on the essential things, on the
wonders of nature, on the play of lights, on the colored shadows, on the completeness hidden
in the details.
Jutta believes that the visual arts are a development of our visual process. For her, artistic
activity is an attempt to penetrate into the field of visible being and to appropriate it in a
designed form to consciousness.
It is important for her thinking that art cannot simply be translated into language.