“I am fascinated by the intricate visual manifestations and patterns of life:
People, plants, animals, the elements, rocks, landscapes,… their energy, their moods in a particular moment.
In my work I draw “snap shots” of these moods. Filtered through my own experience , I try to evoke these feelings and communicate that energy to the viewer.”
Elisabeth Rittinger grew up in Austria. She studied painting in Vienna in the Meisterklasse of Prof. Gustav Hessing and graduated from The Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna.
She came to Canada in 1982 and now lives and works in Toronto.
It has come to our attention that some of our artists images have been placed on a new site
Anyone displaying your artwork without your permission is contravening your data protection rights. If you have not given your permission we would advise you contact the site asking where they copied your images from and request they remove them.
We feel it is our duty to inform you of any untoward activity regarding your artwork and will continue to alert you of any questionable or wrongful conduct.
It is your right to choose where your artwork is exhibited and by whom.
If you need further advice or clarification on data protection please do not hesitate to contact us.
Assuring you of our best intentions at all times.
Are there any artists out there who have had problems with their images being used without their consent ? We would like to hear your stories ……
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Congratulations to Sue Hall (New member) who has been approached by a gallery offering exhibition space, Picture Corner in Ampthill, Bedfordshire having seen her work on bGallery have offered Sue a fantastic opportunity to show her new collection called City Lights, says Sue “I am overwhelmed to have been seen and given such a great opportunity, the feedback I have had already has been brilliant and thanks to bGallery for organising a Press release, I am a new member and this has given me a real confidence boost!” Sue was also featured in her local newspaper and will be mentioned in the FATG magazine ‘Art Business Today’ of which bGallery are a member.