Throughout her life, Verena Loewensberg refused to engage in any sort of restricting theoretical discourse. Her artistic oeuvre therefore covered an enormous scope, ranging from color field painting to monochromatic works. She occupied herself with the square, rectangle, circle and line, as well as with color and its interaction. Between mathematical principles of order and intuitive compositions, between emptiness and abundance, between non-color and colorfulness, between rest and motion, she created a stimulating interplay. Her stylistically diversified oeuvre started out from an open concept of concreteness, which bears witness to the artist’s intellectual and artistic independence as well as to the up-to-date character of her artistic contribution to this day.