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Cathrine Edlinger-Kunze

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"Here is my Hand" 44" x 36"



"It's Okay if it's Not"


"Reine - Queen of France"


"Sophie's World"


"Here is my Hand"


"Falling Deeper in Love with You"


"Wondrous Times"


"Mellow my Mind"




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Cathrine Edlinger-Kunze

(b. 1960 Germany)


     Cathrine Edlinger-Kunze was born in Germany and moved to the United States in 1994.  She comes from generations of painters, crediting 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 studied art in school, drawing and painting from life.  In 1986 she graduated with a Masters in Graphic Design from Fach Hochschule fur Grafik-Design in Germany.  She 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’ ballerina’s and the quietude of Picasso’s saltimbanques. Moving around a lot has influenced the artist’s feelings of home, finding the right place, finding “home” inside yourself.  She relates to the free spirit of performers, moving from town to town, taking their sense of “home” with them. 

     Cathrine’s paintings have a subtle elegance and quiet depth.  The work simmers with brilliance and lingers with the viewer long after. Her artwork starts with her stepping into the studio, starting a painting with abstract brushwork, intuitively a figure starts to develop, the subject starts to emerge, and she feels her way through the painting. 

     It’s no wonder that she has attracted the eye of the serious collector world-wide.  Edlinger-Kunze has shown her work since 1985 and has exhibited in Germany, Italy and the United States.  Jones & Terwilliger Galleries proudly represents her paintings in California.





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