Esther Ziher-Ginczinger

THE NETHERLANDS, 1976

Esther Ziher-Ginczinger’s painting refers to small things in life which are the most important.

Happiness, love, humor, and warmth are the elements of her paintings that she would like to imply to those people looking at them. Esther’s paintings have a recognizable style and are exhibited in prestigious collections around the world. Her works are known for her self-expression and limitless bound to brace the theoretical borders. She is always looking for challenges, innovations, and utilizing new techniques and materials. She typically paints with acrylic on linen canvas, adding oilpastels and black lacquer. The pleasure of painting for her is not only the end result, but the development – the continuous discovery during the process, and the surprises of not knowing what will be the outcome. It is the art of letting things go and freeing yourself.