The reconciliation of human and nature and the effort to find an adequate contemporary form of artistic expression for it. This was for her the more and more developed level of abstraction.
In a small film about her life and work, shown on Bavarian Television in 1987, she comments:
"If someone comes who doesn't know or understand anything at all about abstract art, not just directly rejects it, then I would say they should look closer and they should look at nature and should see that certain things shine out much more through abstract work. The main thing is not to show the outer form of a creature, but the innermost, the spiritual. But the spiritual expression is the strongest, and that becomes all the stronger in these abstract works."
Louise Stomps became known as a sculptor and saw this as her vocation. While she initially worked mainly in stone, her work in the 1960s, after her move to Bavaria, increasingly shifted to wood as the base material. In the 1970's and 1980's, she again created numerous stone sculptures and let cast important works in bronze.
Parallel to her sculptural work, Louise Stomps has always drawn and created graphic works. Of course, preparatory studies for sculptural projects were among them, but overall it is a completely independent work that must be considered and evaluated accordingly.
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Louise Stomps hatte zwei Töchter und jede von Ihnen einen Sohn: Peter Schrader, Sohn der Tochter Inge Becker-Schrader (1921 - 2003) und Berthold Kogut, Sohn der Tochter Annemarie Sichrovsky (1922 - 2013). Beide betreuen gemeinsam den Nachlass Louise Stomps. Ziel ist es, Arbeit und Werk einem breiten Kreis kunstinteressierter Menschen nahe zu bringen.
Louise Stomps had two daughters, each of them a son: Peter Schrader, son of the daughter Inge Becker-Schrader (1921 - 2003) and Berthold Kogut, son of the daughter Annemarie Sichrovsky (1922 - 2013). Both are jointly in charge of Louise Stomp's estate. The aim is to make her oeuvre accessible to a broad range of people interested in art.