|Tania Wursig||Biography: Tania Wursig, Sydney born and based Artist, of German,Finish and Gypsie descent, attributes much of the exotic and flamboyant nature of her work to her diverse cultural background.
Exhibiting regularly in Australia and abroad, her paintings are in private collections world wide,including the U.K, Spain, France, Budapest, Germany and the U.S.A.
The inspiration of light, colour and the female form is dominant in Wursig's earlier works. A celebration of the feminine ,these works range from, sensual Nymph like creatures engaging in a dance of seduction, tables laden with succulent fruits and flowers, to nudes that confront with an expectant gaze. During her years of travelling and living throughout Europe, Wursig's work underwent many transformations. Embracing new cultures and experiences has given her an appetite for the narrative. Drawing inspiration from her own life journey, introducing a more personal imagery and symbolism to illustrate her stories in a lyrical and at times comical way with a hint of irony.
Country: Australia Galleries: SOLO EXHIBITIONS
1990 David Jones and Grace Brothers, Sydney city Stores
"Fruit Verde" Exhibition of Watercolours commissioned by
Yves Saint Laurent Promotions
1991 Balmain East Gallery, Sydney "Poppy's Love"
1992 Balmain East Gallery, Sydney "Succulent Garden"
1992 Avoca Art Gallery, Central coast, N.S.W "Monsteria Deliciosa"
1992 Balmain East Gallery, Sydney "Aphrodite's Gift"
1992 Balmain East Gallery, Sydney "Celestial Banquet"
1993 Cornucopia gallery, Sydney "Still Life"
1994 Howard Leonard Gallery, Sydney "Sketch Book"
1995 Albion Street Gallery, Sydney "Femme"
1996 Galleria Nayoma, Sydney "Grand Opening Show"
1997 Studio, Sydney "Blue"
1999 Regent Street Gallery, Sydney "Desnuda"
1999 P.C.L. Exhibitionists, Sydney "La Gitana"
2000 Studio, Sydney "Adios Amigos"
2001 Celler de Can Ginestar, Barcelona "Daydreams Nightmare"
1989 Sydney college of the Arts n "Graduation Exhibition"
1989 Departure Terminal,Cicular Quay "Exotic Monsters"
1989 Sydney Town Hall "Tin Trumpets and Spice Nuts"
1992 A.A.A Framers Gallery "Grand Opening Show"
1993 Hilton Hotel, Sydney "City Art Expo"
1993 Piccadilly Hotel, Sydney "City Art Expo"
1994 Albion Street Gallery "Nude"
1995 Powerhouse Museum "History of Embroidery"
1998 Open House Gallery "Bloom"
1999 M.O.M 12th District Gallery, Budapest "Napvadasz"
2001 Sala Macau, Barcelona "Mal Suenos"
Media: oil Style: surrealistic Subjects: people, portraits and characters, nymphs|