Madelein Brönn

Madelein is an artist that has been painting since 2015. Wildlife, florals, landscapes and portraits are some of her subjects. She produces works in watercolour, charcoal, pen and inks, acrylic and pastel. Madelein is born in Fochville and grew up in Mpumalanga. Although she is based in Midstream, Gauteng (South Africa) she is currently in the process of moving to the small town of McGregor, Western Cape. She was mentored by Salomi Prinsloo art studio and has enrolled in classes from various local artists as well as International artists. Her love to explore unique compositions is evident in her paintings. She loves nature and portrays this in her floral paintings. She believes that it is possible to work through and express feelings by painting. She also believes that you can use your life experiences as inspiration. This enables her to connect with an audience. In her own words : “ Watercolour to me, is a versatile medium. It invites you to experiment, to find inventive ways to capture your subject. It challenges you as an artist to develop and improve your style and skill. It also allows you to be unique. Sometimes it even shows up in its unrepeatable glory to make its own mark. It allows you to be incredibly realistic or not. It can be moody, it can shout, but also can be very quiet. Watercolour is Exciting. “ Madelein likes to make good use of wet in wet effects. Reserving the white of the paper for light areas in her paintings. She makes use of clever blending and grading techniques to paint her flowers. She loves to create a feeling of depth in her compositions. The use of soft and hard edges and Interesting background washes as well as close up compositions creates visual impact in her work. Madelein received numerous awards and has exhibit her work in various group exhibitions. She was selected to represent Southern Africa at the world renowned FabrianoinAcquarello 2022 international congress. She painted a demonstration for the South African Artist magazine. Madelein is a member of WASA (Watercolour Art Southern Africa), IWSSA (International watercolour society South Africa),  The Drawing Guild of South Africa, International water-colour museum ​


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