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“A studio visit is a chance to get a first-hand look at where the magic happens..”

There’s no better way to learn about art than directly from an artist.

I welcome you in my studio to meet me and experience my work. You’re not limited to my recent or finished pieces like you are at an exhibition. When the newest artworks in progress surround you, you see when inspiration struck me and hear exclusively about fresh ideas and recent developments.

Why people decide to collect art?
Some collectors want to acquire something unique which could be handed down and remain in the family for generations. Others purchase paintings for the happiness of living with works of art. Collectors really value the relationship they have developed with the artist and prefer to support them and buy art rather than invest their money in the bank. 

Studio visit by Marek Claaßen. He purchased the artwork “Earth in the Sky” 2021.

First artwork bought online @singulartofficial. Original art by Anne Wölk @studio_anne_woelk What a nice surprise 😀 In my opinion, it was great that I could send a purchase request without having to register. Loved the super quick response from the service team and the fast and uncomplicated purchase process!

Marek Claassen, Managing Director of ArtFacts.Net, an international online gallery and museum guide for modern, contemporary and emerging art.


In 2020, Anne Wölk took part in the international competition The Future we want, hosted by the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland. Wölk was representing her country Germany. The Show was presented at the Mezzanine at the Palais de Nations & at the D10 Art Space, in Geneva, Switzerland from October 22 2020 to January 15 2021.

Palais de Nations, Geneva, Switzerland

The German Permanent Missions in Geneva and Ambassador Michael Freiherr von Ungern-Sternberg formally granted a letter of appreciation to artist Anne Wölk.

“Dear Anne Wölk,
Thank you very much that we were able to exhibit your paintings as part of the international competition “The Future we want” in the United Nations Palace in Geneva. Your painting as the contribution of the Federal Republic of Germany stood prominently directly at the exhibition’s entrance on the 75th anniversary of the United Nations. It showed in an impressive way that politics, art, and culture make an essential contribution to how nations understand each other.”
Mezzanine at the Palais de Nations, Geneva, Switzerland
Mezzanine at the Palais de Nations, Geneva, Switzerland
Terraforming, 2020, Oil on canvas, 70 x 70 cm
D10 Art Space, Geneva, Switzerland
D10 Art Space, Geneva, Switzerland

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