Susanne Kirsch

German, 1966




Susanne Kirsch studied painting at the Art Academy in Kolbermoor and Bad Reichenhall under professors Jerry Zeniuk and Ingrid Floß.

In her artistic work, she pursues a sense of freedom, often working on her creations until she reaches that ineffable moment of happiness. Through an interplay of colours and multi-layered compositions, the artist skillfully creates the illusion of spatial depth. 

To Kirsch, imperfections have an irresistible charm. It's a glimpse behind the facade that continues to inspire her. The artist sees her work as a symbol for the unusual, for all the flaws and peculiarities that make life colourful. Her goal is to challenge and surprise the viewer, to encourage them to be open-minded to development and growth. 

Kirsch's work is part of private collections worldwide. It has been shown at exhibitions and art fairs and was also published in two international art books. 

The artist currently lives and works in Rodenbach, Germany.