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Paperart – Analog/Digital/Analog

Tobias Sylvester Vierneisel combines different types of paper, cutters, syringes and computer programs to create graphical art. Tobias is a graphic designer, artist and inventor of the painting technique Dotting. The current guest blog post is more

Hahnemühle´s 2018 Calendar Painting Competition – Shortlist for a “Maritime World”

Rolling waves, majestic sea animals, rural coastal landscapes and colourful beach life …

Everything that is classically nautical can be found in our exclusive 2018 Hahnemühle FineArt Calendar. We therefore proudly present the video of shortlisted calendar paintings. Thank you to ALL participants who took part in the competition!

We have had an outstanding response. With more than 750 artists, from 36 countries, who have submitted a remarkable 1700 pictures. We are absolutely thrilled about the sheer volume and high quality work that we have received. There has been so much creativity in motifs, style and techniques.

Our final announcement of the 12 winners will be made in October 2017, so stay tuned for our next announcement, and keep your fingers crossed!

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“It was a great pleasure for me to test the paper in advance and I can imagine, to work with the paper permanently.
I prefer it to other papers I’ve used so far.”

Ewa Ludwiczak, painter, about a new hot pressed watercolour paper by Hahnemühle.
Click for more information about the paper which will be presented at Creativeworld 2017.

 

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Brighton Pop Up

Hahnemühle is coming to Brighton!

Coming to Brighton for one week only! After the success of our first ever pop up shop in London our next pop up shop location will be Brighton! Our home for the week will be in the more

From the studio: Sandra Becker about her artwork for April in Hahnemühle’s Art Calendar 2016

I was born in Ludwigshafen but I live and work for six years now in Siegburg near Bonn (Germany). After participating in an evening class in September 2013 painting soon became a new hobby for me. During the twelve week course I have so far only had the time to enjoy painting a few times aside from the short time I have in the evening or on weekends.  I often struggle to bring the first colour onto the paper. It is sometimes a

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