Artist Suzanne Martin and her nude people of EdenBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/artist-suzanne-martin-and-her-nude-people-of-eden
Have you ever wondered what our life would be like if we chose not the path of technological progress, but unity with nature? It is possible that in return we received other joys unknown to most modern people.
German artist Susannah Martin depicts a fantastic world in which people have not been expelled from Eden and live in harmony with the surrounding world. (Careful! Nude)
Contemporary artist Susanna Martin lives and works in Frankfurt, Germany. Her paintings can be attributed to hyperrealism, but it would be more correct to assume that Martin has developed her own unique style, spectacular and recognizable.
Susanna's paintings depict people and animals that are part of the same world — bright, filled with colors and highlights. As a rule, all the characters of the artist's works appear before the viewer without clothes, which emphasizes their unity with the surrounding world, similar to the Garden of Eden.
Men, women and children in Suzanne's works are next to animals, birds, reptiles and fish. Their faces are peaceful and it becomes clear that they are unfamiliar with violence and fear. Often the inhabitants of the amazing world play with animals, sleep next to them or eat together.
Sometimes the artist adds fantastic creatures, such as dragons, to the ideal world. There are also some objects from another life on her canvases — inflatable toys, dishes, clothing items, musical instruments. They seem to tell the viewer that the inhabitants of Eden did not abandon the benefits of civilization, but simply learned to use them without harm to the surrounding world.
It is possible that if the exhibition of Suzanne Martin was going to be held in Russia, her paintings would look good in one exhibition with the works of the St. Petersburg artist Anastasia Morskaya, who also paints bright and life-filled canvases.