Magdalena Wiegner undertook her master of craftsmanship in stone sculpting. Additionally she graduated with a degree in design, its focus being on digital drawing and Illustration.
The registred art brand “Orble” is based on a fantasy name, she gave her unbelievable fat cat Max back in the days when she was a child.She discovered the wonky drawing style when she started to draw her cat with closed eyes and left handed on a party.
Since then, all characters are created both freely from the flick of her wrist ,from inspiration collected as biro or felt tip sketches from daily encounters on public transport or in the supermarket.
These are then projected into large scale onto MDF boards ,on walls with the aid of spray cans and a variety of markers, or turned into digital artwork with Photoshop or Illustrator.
Acrylic paintings onto wooden boards are prepared in her bathtub.
The colour gradients – created through the interaction with blobs and dabs of paint and a shower head - create unique playful scenarios.
If Magdalena is not to be found painting, sketching, dreaming up her stories, or painting in abandonned buildings, then you will catch her at live paintings,
open air concerts and events such as the IBUG.
Her latest exhibition was at the stroke Art Fair 2013 in Berlin