Runhild Roeder


As a developing artist, I was fascinated with German Expressionism and US Abstract Expressionism. As a gallerist, I collected the works of Alechinsky and Corneille, artists from the Cobra movement, with which I have clear affinities; my own works have even been displayed alongside those of its members. I always painted with a similar spirit of freedom and spontaneity, and continue to do so with a natural talent for creating a balanced but eccentric piece that would at once be original and recognized as avant-garde, with echoes of the prehistoric and the Orient. Based on the union of the cerebral with the physical, it expresses a striving to perceive the truth in the beauty of the soul and in myriad forms.

Dr. Runhild Roeder (D.Phil Laval U. ‘2007’)

Gallerist, Philosopher, Scholar, Artist (painter & composer)


Personal Web pages:

Runhild Roeder – Art


Back To Nature, Acrylic on Linen, 52”x39”


Dialog1, Acrylic on canvas, ripped, 60” x 30”


Melancholia, oil on paper, 44.75” x 30”


Le Rouge et le Noir, acrylique sur toile, 48” x 24”


Melancholy Self-portrait, oil on paper, 44.75” x 30”


Metropolitan I, Acrylic on canvas, 60” x 30”


Metropolitan II, Acrylic on canvas, 60” x 30”


Metropolitan III, Acrylic on canvas, 60” x 30”


Philosophical Hermeneutics, acrylique sur toile, 24” x 12”


All images © Runhild Roeder



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