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Edlinger-Kunze, C.

C. Edlinger-Kunze - The Way I amC. Edlinger-Kunze - Lost TogetherC. Edlinger-Kunze - WhispersC. Edlinger-Kunze - LovesongC. Edlinger-Kunze - ItC. Edlinger-Kunze - I Have the LoveC. Edlinger-Kunze - EnoughC. Edlinger-Kunze - Debris (Die Leightigkiet des Seins)C. Edlinger-Kunze - White RoomC. Edlinger-Kunze - Just  a Ray of LightC. Edlinger-Kunze - Just Say You Love MeC. Edlinger-Kunze - Ciao BellaC. Edlinger-Kunze - Because You Make Me SmileC. Edlinger-Kunze - Like a Song Out of Time
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The Way I am
C. Edlinger-Kunze - The Way I am

48" x 44" acrylic

Lost Together
C. Edlinger-Kunze - Lost Together

48"x48" acrylic

Whispers
C. Edlinger-Kunze - Whispers

36" x 44" acrylic

Lovesong
C. Edlinger-Kunze - Lovesong

56" x 21"   acrylic

It's Your Face
C. Edlinger-Kunze - It

SOLD 

 

 

 

I Have the Love
C. Edlinger-Kunze - I Have the Love

SOLD  32" x34" acrylic

Enough
C. Edlinger-Kunze - Enough

SOLD  48" x 38" acrylic

Debris (Die Leightigkiet des Seins)
C. Edlinger-Kunze - Debris (Die Leightigkiet des Seins)

SOLD 72"x 40" acrylic

White Room
C. Edlinger-Kunze - White Room

SOLD  44" x 46" acrylic

Just a Ray of Light
C. Edlinger-Kunze - Just  a Ray of Light

SOLD  24" x18" acrylic

Just Say You Love Me
C. Edlinger-Kunze - Just Say You Love Me

SOLD  38"  x 42" acrylic

Ciao Bella
C. Edlinger-Kunze - Ciao Bella

SOLD  8" x 8" acrylic 

Because You Make Me Smile
C. Edlinger-Kunze - Because You Make Me Smile

SOLD

Like a Song Out of Time
C. Edlinger-Kunze - Like a Song Out of Time

SOLD

 

 

 

Born and raised in Germany, Cathrine Edlinger-Kunze moved to the United States in 1994 where she works as a full time artist. She credits her father for inspiring her love of painting. "Sitting side by side with my father, I learned very early what painting meant to me, and it became a special bond to my father and me."

Edlinger-Kunze devotes most of her time to sketching and painting the figure, explaining "the human face and body always fascinated me...the body is the perfection of form, movement and nature." Much of the artist's recent subject matter revolves around performers and dancers, recalling the delicacy of Degas' ballerinas and the quietude of Picasso's saltimbanques.

Edlinger-Kunze has shown her work since 1985 and has exhibited in Germany, Italy and the United States; and counts collectors from Europe, North America, Asia and Africa. After years of living in Carlsbad, California, Cathrine moved to Sweden in the summer of 2014.