Jule Korneffel

Jule Korneffel’s abstract paintings focus on the application of color and feature minimalist mark-making over a visible underpainting. She views this process of layering the picture plane as a filter for her experience as she arrives at the precise forms and colors for each work. Korneffel’s practice draws inspiration from both Italian Renaissance painters as well as the intuitive and open-layered style of the American tradition.

Jule Korneffel: Studio in process, October 2021, Brooklyn, NY. Courtesy by the artist.
Artist Portrait at her show at Spencer Brownstone Gallery, 2022, New York, NY.
Sandro Botticelli, Primavera, approx. 1482/1487, Tempera on panel, 203 x 314 cm, Galleria di Uffizi, Florence.
Cy Twombly, Untitled, 1990, acrylic, wax crayon, and pencil on handmade paper, 77,8 x 54.8 cm, Cy Twombly Foundation.
Jule Korneffel: Detail: Self made color chart. Courtesy by the artist.


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