During an intense period of training, mainly based on self-taught study using a variety of painting materials and techniques, the motives of the artist have evolved from primarily representational art to abstract art. Forays into the world of pastel chalks, portrait painting, clay sculptures, Japanese cloth painting, and watercolors have also been a source of fascination to the artist. As a self-employed artist, Michaela Würtz believes she will remain in the world of acrylic painting in the long term due to its multifaceted nature.
During her studies, she took particular pleasure in combining different techniques (printing) and art (book art, book design, and book production). Over time, her artistic interests increasingly turned to such supposedly contrasting topics, which eventually evolved into “her topic.” Her enjoyment of experimentation is expressed in her use of different materials and painting techniques, through works such as collages, frottages, mixed techniques, and object images. Combined with the technical topics and elements of her art, this variety is often reflected in her artistic work.