I am so happy to be back in Italy!

I moved back to Italy in May of 2022.

I am back to painting with my teacher Gigi Vanvestraught.

This is my first completed painting since moving back.  It is from a photo I shot in 2014 on a visit to the Vatican.

Floutist, 2022, Italy

My niece asked me for a painting of her dog



Three Dancer's 





I decided to challenge myself and try a self portrait.  I consider portraits to be my weakest skill, so it is a good challenge.

You can order prints of my paintings on canvas, posters, cards, tote bags, tee's, and more on my Fine Art America site!  Click on the red Fine Art America button below.



This oil painting is still drying on my easel.  On a recent visit to Garmisch, I saw this fountain.  I was inspired by it's beauty and motion, so it became the subject for this painting.  

This is a little oil painting of a church in the neighboring town of Waldenbuch on a very snowy day.



I am grateful I can walk my dog around the beautiful countryside. This is a small painting of a spot near my home.  It is beautiful throughout the year, but I find it especially beautiful in Autumn.


Hello!  I love all kinds of art, but Oil Painting is my main passion.  I enjoy exploring all kinds of art styles and techniques.  Lately I have been exploring with what I call intuitive abstract.  I use painting as a form of relaxation and meditation.  Sometimes I use a photo reference, and sometimes I just let the feelings flow.  Painting can be a wonderful way to relax!  Here are a rew recent abstracts. 2021


I was thinking about what lies beyond the reality that we can clearly see.  I believe there is so much more.  I call this painting "Beyond the Veil".  2021

I was walking in the woods with a friend of mine, and she was explaining grounding and energy and chakras.  I looked at her while she was talking, and I could imagine her aura and all of the energy she had.  This painting is inspired by my vision of my powerful friend.



From 2013 to 2016 I lived in Naples Italy where I studied oil painting with an Italian Master- Gigi Wanvestraught.  The following paintings are done in the taditional style of oil painting that he taught me.  Almost all of these were painted using my own photos as a reference.











































For this painting I used a photo I shot in Paris France as a reference.  I decided to loosen up a little.  I like the energy.  I sold the original, but you can order prints.


This is a painting I did before I had any painting lessons.  I used a photo I shot at Red Rock Canyon as my reference.


Claudia Croneberger


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