The paintings of the artist Judith Milberg from Munich fascinate with their abundance and variety of ornamental and floral motifs. Filigree lines develop into rosettes, flowers, and vegetable-like patterns, swirl and flow over the picture ground, become rounded into spheres, explode as blotches, and interweave with other amorphous structures, none of which resembles the other. They are often quirky everyday found objects that she manically collects and in which she finds inspiration. In the work process, she overlays and abstracts their structures in several layers and merges them with one another to create poetic, surreal works of dynamic elegance. The publication presents the artistic spectrum of Judith Milberg.