About - JUDITH CLARA
Hi, I'm Judith Clara,
my pictures are created in a kind of self-treatment. In one stroke, the shape finds its way from my head onto the paper. The timeless focus on the female form reveals to me the simplicity and essence of life in every picture. All my works are closely related to calm, power, feminine creation and the happiness of being here.
In principle, I agree with Joseph Beuys when he says: Every human being is an artist. Why not. How can something as beautiful as art be elitist. And why should only certain people enjoy the privilege of being able to express themselves artistically. What is art actually? And who says that? For me, art is a free field to see things differently. Every person is unique and so is their view of the world. Away from the systems, art works without a function. Art cannot be put into words, so I could stop writing right now. But I don't. I am me and as such I celebrate my kind of art. My art expresses how my good world feels. If I can find words, these are it. JOY BEAUTY CLARITY
What I do is related to me. My doing is more than an action. Every unit of time here in the world is precious. My heart calls: Don't waste it. Find your talent and discover what brings you joy. And then just do it!
“Actually, nobody should have a guilty conscience
in being happy.«
I often rub my eyes. To feel joy, even if just a little thing crosses the way - for others maybe insignificant - for me often the whole world. The joy gene came about through life over the years - even in turbulence and deprivation. Today I experience every day with gratitude and trust that everything is just fine the way it is.
Can art be beautiful? Yes! I love the principle of balance. The lines in my works are organic and logical. The shape of the female body is harmoniously drawn. The women are focused on themselves. The female body - original beauty and center of life. I want every woman to see her own strength and use this power for a self-determined and happy life.
forms of beauty
Every shape of the female body is beautiful for me,
whether thinner, rounder or whatever.
- Judith Clara
Who are you? What do you want? Aren't these the questions that keep us awake at night? How can you feel and see who you are when you so often distract yourself with things that have nothing to do with you. Find clarity in omission. Find gratitude and humility in the abundance out of nothing.
At the age of 4, the first attempt to capture the mouse from the show on paper. I kept at it until I was happy with the mouse's face. I got bigger and switched to women's faces.
At some point I miss the body to the face, the wholeness. the expression.
I reduce heavily. I notice that I'm getting more expression on the paper - with fewer lines. I draw female bodies - sheet by sheet - I use up a whole writing pad a day. I do not care. I have an idea in my head and I repeat the drawing until I see on paper what is in my head.
A very simple and sober line – in peace and concentration. Again and again I put the pen to work and my first row of women with wine. Every single work is closely linked to me.
ONE LINE ART
A drawing in one line - without stopping, without rest. About 5 years ago I discovered One Line Art and since then I know: This is mine. I never want to try anything else again. Concentration in one stroke makes me whole.