Anita Pearce, who lives in Germany, has been giving painting a wider space in her life since 2010. In addition to her autodidactically education, she has further developed her knowledge and techniques in the artist’s studio "eigenartich" with Dr. Birgit A. Wewers (master student of the artist Prof. Markus Lüpertz). The lack of object and spontaneity in artistic work, typical for informal art, characterize her works. Abstract painting gives Anita Pearce the freedom to work and experiment intuitively. Acrylic paint, pigments, marble flour, sand and other materials are mainly used on canvas. Those materials give her works the intended structures with heights, cracks and traces. Painting gives her the opportunity to leave everyday thoughts behind for a short period of time. In this way, the works are created purely intuitively, layer by layer. Sometimes the paint is applied as a paste with the spatula, then again using a brush to create a light and glazed layer on top. At other times the colors are poured with momentum on the picture. The artwork is therefore a subject to a constant process of change and often only allows small areas on the canvas to give a glance of what could have been seen in a previous state of work. Step by step therefore, new unique works of art are created, which give the viewer the essential freedom for an individual interpretation of the artwork.