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Nadia Schreiner’s paintings celebrate her zest for life and joy of travel. The artist, born in 1984 in the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg, has always had artistic influences surrounding her, as she describes some of her earliest childhood memories: “Painting has been a passion of mine for as long as I can remember. The fact that I grew up amid beautiful canvases, my mother being an artist too, allowed me to absorb and learn a skilled handling of colour and composition. Creating Painting Journeys was a natural consequence out of this heritage and passion for painting.”

„Travel as much as you can, as far as you can, as long as you can. Life is not meant to be lived in one place.”

Nadia Schreiner’s art allows the viewer to go on a journey, a long tour stretching the globe. The impressions and experiences the artist gains during her travels are mirrored in her opulent compositions. Her paintings typically display an array of luminous colours, powerful symbols and general joie de vivre; refined with extraordinary incorporations of decorative highlights, collected from all over the world. Thus, her Japanese collection exhibits high-quality paper ornaments called Washi (traditional Japanese paper), local pigments and gold foil, giving it its unique and authentic style. All her paintings are minutely executed and showcase Nadia’s dedication to her art. Her keen eye for detail defines and dominates her compositions often inspiring wonder and admiration within the beholder.

Painting Journeys represents cosmopolitanism, optimism and undoubtedly adds colour to the dullness of everyday life.

„By doing what you love, you inspire and awaken the hearts of others“

Nadia Schreiner’s numerous exhibitions in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg , Vienna (Austria) and Stuttgart (Germany), all met with great appreciation by the general public and international artbrokers alike.

Increasing customer demand has encouraged the artist to now also offer limited, high-quality reproductions of her work, which enjoy great popularity.

See Fine art prints on canvas



APRIL: Art3F Luxembourg

APRIL: Tendances Jardins Château d’Erpeldange-sur-Sûre LUXEMBURG

NOVEMBER: Maison de la Culture Diekirch


APRIL: Tendances Jardins Château d’Erpeldange-sur-Sûre LUXEMBURG

MAY: Château d’Erpeldange-sur-Sûre Salle Gondersdorf LUXEMBURG


APRIL: Tendances Jardins Château d’Erpeldange-sur-Sûre LUXEMBURG

MAY: Maison Schauwenburg Bartringen LUXEMBURG

OCTOBER: Exposition in Cooperation with ERNST & YOUNG (EY CLUB ART) LUXEMBURG

OCTOBER: Tendances Jardins Colmar-Berg LUXEMBURG


MAY: Château d’Erpeldange-sur-Sûre Salle Gondersdorf LUXEMBURG



MARCH: Palais Schey in VIENNA

NOVEMBER: Maison Schauwenburg Bartringen LUXEMBURG


APRIL: Maison Schauwenburg Bartringen LUXEMBURG

Some impressions of my past expositions: