Ernestine Faux

Ernestine Faux, born in Graz, Austria, studied haute couture and art in Vienna. She lived in the Middle East and Asia for twenty years, where she pursued a dual career in fashion design and figurative painting. In 1994, Faux fully turned to fine art. 2000, when she returned to Europe from Asia, marked the turning point, and her abstract beginnings were influenced by Professor Raimer Jochims and Mark Rothko. Her encounter with Eastern spirituality and culture shaped her unique and universal language of colour in her work. For her, art is an integration of opposites and a mental, spiritual and emotional process of elevation. Faux’s artworks are represented in collections all over the world and are shown in numerous international partnerships with corporations.

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