New Signed Artist - Mandy Reinmuth Dec 21 2018Meet the artists
With Christmas just only a few days away, we wanted to present you with another fabulous artist who has just joined Advocate-Art! Mandy Reinmuth, originally from Germany joins our collective of great available artists.
Mandy's mixed media style combined with her vibrant colours, is a celebration of photography, pattern, surface and texture, painting and collage. Her work is perfect for both Art Licensing and Book Publishing. Her contemporary use of materials and technique makes her work eye-catching, perfect for Wall Art, whilst her ability to create emotion and atmosphere make her work suitable for publishing, particularly for Older and Real styles. You can get to know a bit more about Mandy by reading her short biography below, and if you'd like to see more of Mandy's work, check out her online Advocate portfolio. If you think Mandy would be perfect for an upcoming project you have, reach out to one of our artist agents.
"Born in 1979, I grew up in Leipzig town, Germany. As a nature lover and a mother of two, I chose living in the countryside afterwards. Art and nature have been among my greatest passions since my earliest childhood. The love of painting, drawing and designing was also reflected in my later choice of professions as an interior designer and illustrator. Beside my artistic life I am the founder and publishing director of Posterlounge, an online art gallery.
I love painting anything with regards to the nature, beautiful faces, cute animals, vibrant colours and vintage details with traditional and digital media. I create lifestyle illustrations, pop-surrealistic paintings and mixed media collages for a wide variety of international projects and I feel at home in editorial and fashion design, covers and advertising for the music industry and publishing for living accessories, art prints and stationery. I love the challenge of working on new projects and collaborating with customers from a wide range of areas. But I think it is just as nice when people can enjoy my works in their own private lives."