Mixed media on digital work on Gmund Gautama hand-made paper.
Copy of a Limited Edition of 100.
About the Artist: Born in 1956 in Hagen, Germany. In 1980 Jaya Suberg came to the “walled-in” city of Berlin and immediately felt at home. Since an early age Jaya soaked up everything – brought everything into focus with her camera. Initially She worked the photographs and other materials into a collage diary; especially when life was hurting. But at some stage Jaya had to transgress beyond the limits of the book cover, to develop something greater. The elaborate, surreal collages reflected her feelings: impulsive, intense and imaginative. The photo shoots kept increasing – spontaneous or by appointment. Attractive people, mostly women and the wondrous encounters in the game with the camera became expressions of Jaya’s mixed media works. The increasing ease of access to digital resources was her revelation: She tattooed the beautiful creatures with her own language, applied shades of desire and sketched injuries onto face and body. After years of experimentation and study, Jaya’ve found her means of expression: She combines her photography with painting, drawing, digital collage and mixed media.
Donation: 7% of this artwork will go Socorrer a Linha da Frente | www.socorreralinhadafrente.com | Socorrer a Linha da Frente was created to help healthcare professionals at the forefront of the fight against COVID-19 by delivering meals, beds and personal hygiene items to hospitals.