Eyes on German artist Christoph Schellberg.

Born in Düsseldorf, Germany in 1973, Christoph Schellberg is an artist with a focus on different genres such as portraits and still life as well as abstract artworks. From 1995 – 1997, he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Hamburg, Germany and from 1997 – 2001 at the Academy of Arts in Düsseldorf, Germany. Whether figurative or abstract, His paintings are characterized by unique compositions of diverse colors and materials. He often likes to create a link between both worlds through shadows, an intended fuzziness or lashed layers of color that leave the substrate visible at the edges of the artwork.

Over the past years, Christoph Schellberg’s artworks could be seen in numerous solo and group shows nationally and abroad. Furthermore, some of his paintings are part of private collections. A few examples of his creative work can be found below. For those who want to see a little more of this outstanding German painter, you can follow him on Instagram. Christoph Schellberg is currently represented by gallery LINN LÜHN.

Christoph Schellberg, Destroyed, 2016
Destroyed, 2016
Christoph Schellberg, Vanessa, 2016
Vanessa, 2016
Christoph Schellberg, Ich möchte Teil einer Jugendbewegung sein, 2011
Ich möchte Teil einer Jugendbewegung sein, 2011
Christoph Schellberg, Mark, 2016
Mark, 2016
Christoph Schellberg, Pink Shakey, 2017
Pink Shakey, 2017
Christoph Schellberg, Smile, 2015
Smile, 2015
Christoph Schellberg, Unprimed with square and two shadows, 2016
Unprimed with square and two shadows, 2016
Christoph Schellberg, Almost Dark Blue, 2012/2017
Almost Dark Blue, 2012/2017
Christoph Schellberg, Unprimed with Yellow and something, 2016
Unprimed with Yellow and something, 2016

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