Born in 1971. Trained as an advertising designer from 1993-94. In 1996 Began studying
painting and graphic arts at the Art University Linz under Eric Ess and Ursula Hübner. In
2001 recieved her diploma.

Made numerous study trips, for example to Italy, France, USA,
England, Mexico, Jordan, Belgium, Switzerland, Spain and Australia.

Works as a curator and speaker.

Has works, including paintings in public and private
collections : The ART COLLECTION - Artothek der Landes Oberösterreich Museum
ANGERLEHNER, Thalheim at Wels O.Ö.,

Member of the Association of Upper Austrian Artists ,
Member of the Gallery Forum Wels, Upper Austria, Member of the

Antonia Riederer studied painting at the Kunstuniversität (University of Art) Linz under
Eric Ess and Ursula Hübner. She is strongly influenced by classical modernism and
developed her visual themes early on.

"Riederer's works are always figurative, though at
times highly abstracted. The graphic element in the form of a powerful contouring approach is as present in her work as the painterly aspects. Her color compositions are
 unmistakable; notable for the way she subdivides forms using colour surfaces and
positions them spatially to achieve astonishing three-dimensional results to the eye. While
individual objects, figures and heads are primary forms for Riederer, this appears not to be
due to interest in their superficial details; above all her landscapes convey strong moods.
Here, too, she transforms the special, particular aspects into the general, universal, and 
therefore, in all genres, she is subject to an anonymization of the world which thus
proclaims a ring of universality and permanence. The expression of the image statement
requires openness. An openness to viewing humanity in its entirety is nescessary in order
to discover the central meaning of our existence. While individual objects, figures and
heads are of interest primarily as a form, rather than for their superficial details;
landscapes are especially strong mood carriers.
"Antonia Riederer's works are not attempting to change the world. They show the
liveliness and dynamics that lie in the immediate world experience. And that is precisely
why they meet the needs and the pulse of the time. "

Isabella S. Minichmair, fine artist and art philosopher