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Vanessa Wenwieser is an artist born in Munich, Germany, who graduated with a Fine Art Photography degree from the Glasgow School of Art. Her artworks have been widely exhibited in 2023, virtually with groups and in several physical exhibitions: Boomer Art Gallery, the Marvelous Art Gallery, Holy Art Gallery, Capital Culture House, Florence Contemporary Gallery, the Kuvid Gallery and the “Surreal Salon 16” at the Baton Rouge Gallery in Louisiana. A number of books have included her art; firstly, by the Marvelous Art Gallery and in Sinead McGuigan’s collection of poems called “Unbound” as well on her new Book of poems : “The Muse of restless nights”, where my art is on the cover as well as inside the book. A variety of magazines have published her work: Aesthetica Magazine, The Flux Review, The Circle Quarterly Art Review, Marvelous Art Gallery Magazine, 365 art plus, the Goddess Magazine and ART SEEN Magazine by the Curators Salon, where her art was on the title page. She has also received several art prizes: three from Artrepreneur’s open calls, one from Capital Culture House, and two from Mozaik Philanthropy and in the Women United Art Prize 2023 - Digital Finalist and from the Marvelous Art Group an honourable mention in 2024.


Vanessa Wenwieser’s artwork centers on placing women at the heart of her creative vision, liberating them from the conventional male gaze and elevating the female perspective. In her art, women are portrayed as complex beings with intellect, emotions, and innate strength.

She employs figures and allusive storytelling to explore the divide between appearances and essence.
With a focus on revealing emotions in their naked vulnerability, she embarks on an imaginative and exquisite journey to help viewers perceive the transcendent. Her goal is to immerse the audience in her artwork, inviting them to inhabit her otherworldly depictions.

Vanessa’s creations capture the essence of transformative emotions and feelings, including love, metamorphosis, imagination, healing, regaining inner strength, and the afterlife. She employs space to evoke a sense of the sublime, transporting viewers to profound emotional landscapes within the soul.

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