Naomi Devil

I was 17 when in 2004 I started my studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna in the class of the professors Adi Rosenblum and Markus Muntean. The class was called contextual painting and was taken over by Elke Krystufek in 2005 and by Ashly Hans Scheirl in 2006. I graduated in 2008. Starting from 2011 I studied graphic at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. The class was headed by Prof. Oliver Kartak. I graduated at the University of Applied Arts and obtained my second degree in 2015. In the meantime, from 2006 to 2010 I also studied architecture at the Vienna University of Technology. During summer I have returned twice to Salzburg to visit courses led by the professors Rivka Rinn and Andrea Fogli at the International Summer Academy of Fine Arts. I work most of the time as a painter, but I have numerous finished graphic design projects and I have been involved in several film productions with 3D digital animations.

I create work cycles that are mostly based on a thematic or technical innovation and consist of 12 to 20 pictures. I discuss current problems in the world, such as pollution, genetic engineering manipulations, aging society, excessive consumption etc. I am on a kind of time travel and I create a discourse between varying epochs in my pictures. On the one hand I want to show how habits, moral norms and social graces change over time.

Naomi Devil’ works

Venus First

Sunday Afternoon

Cím nélkül

Cím nélkül


Lobster boy

Mask ladies

Plastic horror

Sepherdess blue