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Julia Schneider in a wijld interview …

Julia Schneider in a wijld interview …

Julia doesn't need much to be happy: "just a pencil in one hand, a cup of tea in the other and a cat on her lap", as she tells us in an interview. She lives in Aachen, but grew up in Rostock and her connection to the sea and the Baltic Sea is still reflected in her maritime themes. We are very happy that now her artworks make our WoodShirts to very special favourites.

wijld:
When are you most creative?
Julia:
I am most creative when I should actually work or sleep. Instead of working on a project, I'd rather try an idea that I just came up with or scribble something into my sketchbook. And even if I just fell asleep in front of the TV, when I have an idea on my way to bed it still needs to be captured.

 

wijld:
What inspires you at work?
Julia:
In fact, I have to admit that the work of others inspires me the most. Only scrolling through Pinterest gives me so many ideas that I can't keep up with the realization. The same thing happens in galleries, exhibitions, design shops and outdoors in nature. Where others can relax or let their thoughts run free, new image ideas come into my head. Having nothing to do is therefore for me both, a blessing and a curse the same time.

 

wijld:
What country fascinates you and why?
Julia:
Even though it may sound boring at first, I am always fascinated by Germany. There are rough coasts, steep cliffs, deep forests, wide landscapes of lowlands, high mountains, big cities, people of different mentalities, an eventful history and the great gift of being able to be and do almost everything. But I like travelling and I have to travel to Japan, Chile, Colombia, Namibia, Finland, Greenland ...

 

wijld:
Your life without art would be ...
Julia:
Without the drawing I would probably be like an athlete who does an 8-hour office job or a drummer who has to show courtesy to the neighbours. In short - without art I would be obnoxious.

 

wijld:
... and if you weren‘t an artist, you would be...
Julia:
If I hadn't become an artist, I would be an ornithologist. I don't know where my fascination for birds comes from (especially as I have three cats). But I can watch them for hours. As an artist I can also draw them. How practical!

 

wijld artist Julia Schnieder jot.s.art auf T-Shirts aus Holz
wijld artist Julia Schnieder jot.s.art auf T-Shirts aus Holz
wijld artist Julia Schneider jot.s.art auf T-Shirts aus Holz
wijld artist Julia Schnieder jot.s.art auf T-Shirts aus Holzwijld artist Julia Schnieder jot.s.art auf T-Shirts aus Holz

 

You wanna know more about Nicolai? Then visit the following sites:
www.jot-s-art.de, www.facebook.com/jot.schneider und www.instagram.com/jot.s.art
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