Evaluations

2/2022 Jana Hecht, B.A. Museum Studies, Cologne , Germany

Without chance there is no freedom
Leaving something to chance, breaking free from all constraints, suppressing conscious control over the manufacturing process, all this means freedom for the artist and this is an essential part of her work.
She moves freely, having no formal concepts or control over her artistic composition. Despite this unplanned artistic working method, which is characterized by freedom, form and color still unite in a controlled manner. 
In the free artistic play, a wonderful symbiosis between color and form is created. Which ultimately turns each individual work of the artist into a perfect, aesthetic composition.
A look at her oeuvre shows a very special development of her change of style and reflects her personal situation. Finely crafted works stand grey in brown next to jewel-like, luminous large-format paintings. Huge color abstractions collide with slightly blurred dark images of people. The initially gloomy works radiate a certain seriousness and constriction.
The small formats give the viewer no space for a single free thought, only space for pain. In contrast, we see that the artist paints herself into freedom in her large formats.
She allows wide, size, light, shape and radiant colors, which by chance evolve into abstract beauties.
And in fact allow us to think bigger and more freely. Some see in her latest works, still the old figurative abstraction or a perfectly planned interplay of color and form. But in the end it is ultimately an aleatory composition, which gives us the absolute freedom to decide for ourselves what we want to see and feel.  


2/2022 Ruth Burkes / Art Agent of Teschi C. Kypridis, Athens, Greece

Teschi's creations are stellar compositions of unique recurring visions and subject to spiritual as well as energetic inspirations. Her paintings have no concept related to the human 3-D world in the proper sense as they are divinely and intuitively guided, thus reflecting universal and energetic messages. Therefore, every piece of Teschi's art work to me, as Teschi's agent, has to be seen as a unique master piece for itself that cannot be compared, copied or reproduced. Art enthusiasts and professionals will however be able to appreciate the true value of each of her creations. I would describe her as being a spiritual, narrative and even predictive painter.


11/2021 Ph. D. Emin Mahir Balcioglu / CI Contemporary Istanbul Foundation, Executive Committee Member, Istanbul, Turkey

".....Looking at Teschi’s works one cannot but rejoice at the celebration of a visual experience that carries the viewer to dimensions of expressions that are unique in their unfolding on the canvas. As one takes a closer look at her artistic trajectory, how she has evolved from earlier years to her recent Works, it is indeed a unique experience that transforms the viewer to witness a journey that sees her excelling in mastering the techniques she deploys, experimenting with entirely new idioms. Her interaction with the canvas acquires new dimensions not only from the results of a chromatic feast which she indulges in but also from how she projects her inner world on the painting. In a way the canvas acts as a reflector of her subconscious, that subsequently informs and inspires her creative impulses further on so that she can enrich and develop the Work, layer upon layer. It would not be off the mark to state that this relationship between her mind and the canvas acquires a dialectic quality. In this creative process different layers of imagery, of metaphors come together in “stellar compositions” intuitively and harmoniously laid down on the surface of the canvas. Her body of Work is a celebration of art’s liberating effect." 


9/2019 AMSTERDAM WHITNEY, International Fine Art Inc., New York, USA

AMSTERDAM WHITNEY International Fine Art congratulates you on being accepted to our distinguished Family of Artists. After carefully reviewing your artwork, Amsterdam Whitney Gallery's Curatorial Review Committee has formally selected you to participate in our elite museum-caliber Representation Program. Our noteworthy Curatorial Review Committee was most impressed by your superb oeuvre such as "HERMEE" which resonates with a profound visual narrative as you reveal the invisible within the visible. The spiritual artistic journey that you portray in your stellar oeuvre was quite impressive and was a triumph of personal expression. " RITUAL" generated a profound sense of symbolism while reflecting a universal message. We salute you on your aesthetically absorbing oeuvre which reverberates with a dynamic textural sense and powerful visceral shapes. We were enthralled by the emotive quality of "WILLPOWER" which reflects your fine talent and vibrant visual intensity of colors. Your compelling "WHOOPS" conveys your unique artistic vision of capturing the impalpable as you seize the essence of the emotional and physical experience. Our Committee salutes you on your oeuvre with its important visual narrative and its emotional link to the human and artistic experience. We are so pleased with your marvelous art and the positive energy of your stellar compositions.  

1/2019 Artavita Online Art Contest

"The 30th International Artavita Online Art Contest" Certificate of Excellence as one of the finalists among 1.272 artists and 3764 submitted works

 

4/2018 Artavita Online Art Contest

 "The 26th International Artavita Online Art Contest" Certificate of Excellence as one of the 50 runners-up shortlisted for winning

12/2016 Artavita Online Art Contest

"The 21st International Artavita Online Art Contest" Certificate of Excellence as one of the 50 artists who were shortlisted as finalists"

 

5/2016 Dr. Claus-Peter Boehner-Fery / Galerie Boehner , Mannheim, Germany

Dr. Helmut Orpel, German art historian and writer, says during the art exhibition "Spring" in Mannheim, 2016: "....techniques, such as those of Cornelia Kypridis, who uses Japanese newspapers and paints on them, thus creating wonderful city scenes. Standing in front of such paintings, one can roughly imagine, what it is like, to roam the Asian metropolises at different times of the day with the gaze of a tourist, fascinated by the strange world unfolding in front of him..."

 

Awards:

9/2015      Awarded with the "Marco Polo International Prize" in Venice