Dominique Steffens

It started with some naked men 10 years ago. Two of the large scale paintings sold immediately... and I knew I had started something I enjoyed very much! Art has been my passion for my whole life - collecting and creating - and my style choices are Abstract Minimalism and Urban Art.

 

I am a German born artist who moved to New York in 1993. After 10 years of working for the ARD (German Public TV and Radio) as a producer, I started freelancing as a documentary producer. After five more years of that I decided to get back to painting. Today I am confident in creating artworks in my own style. I work in series and paint realistically - when creating "Crushed" Champagne Cans - and abstract - when I paint large scaled portraits. I enjoy color compositions as much as political statements and feel that I have a voice and a way to express my opinions visually. My collectors group spans from the US and Canada to Europe, Israel and Australia.

 

Painting for me is meditation through repetition. Here - form is everything.

My art idols are Yayoi Kusama, Mark Rothko, Gerhard Richter, Roy Lichtenstein and Wayne Thiebaud.

I have lived in New York, New Orleans and now moved to Mare Island in California. In Germany I lived

and worked in Bremen, Hamburg and Cologne.

 

Exhibits at:

Gallery O in New Orleans Ariodante Gallery in New Orleans Group Show "Emerge" at Excho Studio in New Orleans, Group Show at "TREO" in New Orleans, On permanent artist roster at Nicole Sassaman Showroom in Beverly HIlls, CA, Group Show "Woman's Perspective" at Ripe ART Gallery in Huntington, NY, Voted "Artist of The Day" by Novogratz Design My painting "Square Bubbles" was used by Paramount Pictures in the Oscar Award winning movie "The Big Short"

 

 

 

 

 

 

Time's Up Selfie
James Bond DOM
CRISTAL Rose 2002
Veuve Clicquot Rose
Barbie at the #metoo Wall