The colors become my loyal allies, and I feel like a conductor leading an orchestra of colors and brushstrokes. I can blend them harmoniously or let them stand in daring contrast to each other. The colors are the language of my emotions, ranging from passionate reds to soothing blues and greens. In my painting, I feel connected to the universe, as if I were part of something greater. The artistic challenge lies in constantly reflecting and questioning myself. Art is a journey without a predetermined destination for me. I am guided by the magic of the moment, by the energy and passion that burns within me. My paintings are like windows into my soul, through which the viewer can get a glimpse of my innermost feelings. In the boundlessness of my artistic possibilities, I find my joy and passion. Each painting is a chapter of my personal story. And so, I will continue to push the boundaries, explore new paths, and surrender myself to the flow of colors and forms, because in art, there are no limits.

Gabriele Glas, born on September 16, 1959 at the picturesque Starnberger See, is a renowned artist who lives and works in Weilheim in Upper Bavaria. As a married mother of two adult children, she has carved her way into the fascinating world of painting through her passion for colors and fashion. To develop her artistic skills, Gabriele Glas completed a variety of courses and further education with renowned artists and teachers at various prestigious art academies. Particularly noteworthy is her training as a painting companion for children and adults with the renowned teacher Arno Stern in Paris. In 2016, Gabriele Glas fulfilled a long-cherished dream and opened her own studio with the inspiring name "MAL- Anders" in Weilheim. Here, a creative space was created where she can share her passion for art with others and encourage them to unfold their own artistic expression. In her artistic development, Gabriele Glas reached a significant milestone when she attended the art studies with Prof. Markus Lüpertz at the art academy in Kolbermoor from September 2019 to February 2023. Here, she had the opportunity to learn from one of the most important German contemporary artists and elevate her artistic skills to a new level.