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Gundula Mogerman

Gundula Mogerman

About Gundula

Gundula Mogerman was born in Berlin in 1946 and immigrated to North America in 1956. She is granddaughter of the influential German Expressionist Painter, Walter Kampmann, and has created, taught, and exhibited painting, sculpture, jewellery, and poetry in Canada and the U.S. over the last 40 years. She is the mother of four sons and lives with her husband in Victoria, B.C. Canada.

"I come from a family of artists and have been encouraged from birth to express myself artistically. My present work is the culmination of my love and mastery of metal arts and a refinement of what I experience through my vision. A sunrise over Hornby Island from a beach on Denman makes an indelible impact of brilliant orange on my senses to render, in part, on canvass. Sunlight leaves dazzling sparkles on the sea for me to reflect in gold and silver. The patina of moss in a gully or water darkened rock entices me with its infinite sublety and contrast. The lens of my vision magnifies the essence of these things and charges me to reproduce what I see."

Gundula Mogerman 2004

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