The Art of

  Yvette         Endrijautzki

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Wings from a Weather Vane

Tin Soldier

Zip Ties

Drawer Handle

Railing Bars

from Barbies'

Balcony

Machine

Parts

Conveyer Belt of a Toy Tank

Parts of

broken Earrings

Found Objects

(Tiger Figurine/ Decor Ceramic Star)

Decor Pillar

for Cake

Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.

Edgar Degas
 

Written Art

Constructs

Paintings & Texturas

Sculptures

Assemblages

Layout Design

3D Design

  

Gebürtige Wuppertalerin, Yvette Endrijautzki, immigrierte 2005 in die USA. 2009

gründete sie in Seattle ihr eigenes künstlerisch gestaltetes Studio und Galerie, das

Nautilus Studio. Zurückgekehrt nach Wuppertal in 2018, setzt sie nun das Nautilus

Studio im Luisenviertel fort, wo sie mit ihren andersweltlichen Skulpturen,

die Betrachter in die Tiefe ihrer Fantasielandschaften verführt: Zeitschleifen einer erstaunlichen Wunderwelt.

​Yvettes Fokus der letzten 10 Jahre ist hauptsächlich der Skulptur- Bereich.

Ihr Gebrauch von recyceltem Material, gefundenen Objekten und defekten Artefakten,

fordern Yvette immer wieder heraus, das noch nie da Gewesene zu kreieren.

Immer auf der Jagd nach neuen Anwendungen und ungewöhnlichen Materialien ist der

kreative Prozess nicht eine Frage der Wahl, aber vielmehr la Raison d'être, in dem sie

sich gehen lassen und finden kann.

Self taught artist Yvette constructs otherworldly assemblage-sculptures,

launching the viewer into a florid and prodigious wonderland of exciting time warps, phantasmagoric sur-realms and into her effervescent creative mind and soul.

Throughout the last 10 years, sculptural space has been Yvette's focus, and her use of recycled materials, found objects, and broken artifacts has challenged her to create something unique and unprecedented.

Always on the hunt for new techniques and the repurpose of new objects and materials,

the creative process is not a regarded as choice, but rather the raison d' être for the artist, where she can lose and find herself...

Here a video clip about her work:

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The new  Nautilus Studio and gallery is located in Wuppertal, Germany. The former Nautilus studio in Seattle closed in 2015, but the spirit of it is still alive.

The new Nautilus, like the old, will be hosting events, art and writing workshops, literature evenings, vernissages, community events and is an ever growing space for artists and the community to thrive in.

The studio is also Yvette Endrijautzki's workshop.

Tucked in between restaurants, bars and other galleries and boutiques, in the midst of Wuppertal's old town,

the 'Luisenviertel',  

the Nautilus Studio presents regional

and international art and of course Yvette’s own creations.

In our online Nautilus Shop, you can find our ongoing portfolio. Just click here:

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Yvette Endrijautzki                    The Nautilus Studio                      Seattle   Wa                  Wuppertal 

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