P&T Luxembourg Art Collection II
At the age of 25, Dany Prüm, born on 18.2.1965 in Luxembourg and recipient of the 1989 "Merit prize for young painters" from the CAL (Cercle Artistique Luxembourg), was able to put on her first personal exhibition at the Clairefontaine gallery. Since then, many exhibitions in Luxembourg and foreign countries have followed.
In her paintings, distinguished by a great admiration for the great Catalan Tapiès and by her trip to India, the artist speaks of the world and its problems while attracting the attention of the viewer to details that might otherwise be overlooked.
For basic materials, she often uses a large backcloth or wrapping paper for a warm brown background. She works in acrylic, chalk, varnish, and colours diluted with water. The artist also uses engraving, mixing techniques, and pencil for lifelike compositions. The style of her paintings, often made up of several sections, barely changes. What does change are the themes, such as that of the crucifiction, or even the symbols such as the dove of peace or the arrow.