Nina Nolte, a distinguished German artist, presents MAMAKING – GODDESS OF FATE as part of her revered series PADDLES.
Within her artistic repertoire, the PADDLES stand as unique and symbolic entities. Nina Nolte conceived them as a visual language that seamlessly intertwines the deeply personal with universal accessibility. Through these paddles, the artist articulates a spectrum of concepts, ideas, and emotions.
MAMAKING – GODDESS OF FATE stands as a monumental paddle, serving as the embodiment of fate’s divine influence. Nina aptly christened her Mamaking. Encircling her is a loyal court of helpers, all framed within a symbolic boundary. Beyond this threshold lies us, the human observers.
NINA NOLTE ARTSOLUTIONS invites you to own a high-quality art print of this extraordinary masterpiece. This reproduction impeccably captures the essence of Nina Nolte’s original creation, crafted in 1997 in her Munich studio, using acrylic paint on canvas. The original artwork, which features a light violet background instead of the golden-brown one offered here, measures 110 x 110 cm (43 x 43″) and is on display at our PANORAMA187 studio in Marbella.
In our commitment to making Nina Nolte’s art accessible to all enthusiasts, we’ve introduced an innovative system for exclusive art prints that are both portable and easy to assemble.
We take pride in our sustainable fabric, EcoWeave, crafted from recycled PET bottles. It combines a high-resolution digital print with a delicate weave, resulting in a truly unique visual experience. The inks used are both solvent-free and waterproof.
Additionally, our space-efficient packing system contributes to environmental conservation by reducing shipping volume. This, in turn, leads to more affordable and eco-conscious shipping costs.
The prints come with a silicon rubber border, ensuring a secure fit within the accompanying aluminum frame, included in the price.
With every order, you’ll receive clear assembly instructions and hanging materials. The only tool you’ll need is the provided allen key, making assembly a breeze.
When selecting the optimal size for your artwork, aim for it to occupy 4/7 to 3/4 of the available wall space. Simply measure your space in centimeters or inches, then multiply by 0.6 to 0.75. For instance, with 270 cm (105”) of space, an artwork with a width of 160 cm (63”) would be an ideal fit.
We offer three standard sizes: Small, Medium, and Large, with custom sizes available upon request.