About - Veronika Zeil
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Piet Mondrian, Alberto Giacometti, Gabriele Muenther, Friedensreich Hundertwasser, Marc Chagall, Anselm Kiefer, Per Kirkeby, Ian Fairweather, Brett Whitley, Lloyd Rees,Ilana Shafir, Verdiano Marci

Theories and Eras

Expressionism neo expressionism, art brut, neo-romanticism, ecology, natural history, Nature Philosophy

About Veronika

Veronika Zeil is a visual artist based in Rockhampton, Qld. Her art practice includes painting in oil and acrylics, drawing, mosaic work and sculpting in wire and cement.

She exhibits annually in Regional Galleries as well as some commercial spaces. Her work has been acquired by Central Queensland University, Shire Councils and by national and international collectors.

Veronika Zeil was born in 1967 in Garmisch–Partenkirchen, Germany. She is a painter, sculptor and mosaicist. She annually attends workshops by nationally and internationally acclaimed painters and mosaic artists and graduated in 2013 with a Masters of Visual Art from Monash University.

Veronika has exhibited widely in regional Queensland and facilitated numerous community art workshops and community projects across western and central Queensland and Northern Territory. Her work is included in collections in Regional Councils, such as Barcaldine and Central Highlands Regional Councils, Central Queensland University as well as numerous private Australian and German collections.

Veronika explores our psychological relationship to surroundings, the unstable interface of nature and culture, human frailty and search for place through drawings, paintings, mosaics and sculptures. Her work is taking a wry look at the daily struggle in our busy lifestyles, which can make us blind to moments of beauty and reflection.

Themes as diverse as migration, adaptation, natural systems, recycling, interaction between humans and other species and search for place inspire her artworks. Veronika explores these concepts in an emotional way through semi-abstract and expressive art works.