WRITING

Many of the black and white drawings are included in her poetry

Mia-Nelle Drøschler embarked on her writing path by creating performances where she took on the persona of various alter egos. Dressed in character, Mia-Nelle would read autobiographical narratives, often infusing them with a generous dose of absurdity. These early performances became a unique form of self-expression, captivating audiences with their unconventional stories.


Over time, Mia-Nelle’s artistic pursuits evolved, leading her to delve into the world of literature. Her exploration bore fruit with the publication of her first collection of poems, a striking collaboration with the Danish publisher, Silekfyret. This collection not only showcased her lyrical prowess but also featured a selection of black and white drawings, adding another layer of depth to her artistic endeavors.

Currently, Mia-Nelle is immersed in the development of a new script, one that stretches the boundaries of conventional storytelling. Her work now revolves around profound themes of spirituality and existence, interwoven with a strong sense of humor. This juxtaposition of the profound and the humorous promises a unique and thought-provoking experience for readers and audiences alike.


In addition to her creative pursuits, Drøschler extends her expertise as a mentor to others in the field. Her commitment to sharing knowledge and nurturing emerging talents has led to the publication of a highly practical guide on the art of painting, brought to life in 2023 through a collaboration with the Danish publisher Muusmann. This book promises to be an invaluable resource for aspiring artists looking to master the brush and canvas.

Mia-Nelle Drøschler’s writing journey is a testament to the power of imagination, the allure of absurdity, and the depth of spirituality. Her work stands as an invitation to explore the realms of the mind and heart while always leaving room for a good laugh.

elsk elsk elsk

Published by Forlaget Silkefyret 2022 (DK)

love love love thematizes inner conflicts, self-destruction, bad finances and conflict with the art world.

love love love! Is a hybrid work that mixes poems and illustrations, written and drawn by visual artist Mia-Nelle Drøschler. After 23 years in European cities, Drøschler moved to the countryside a year ago to a disused country house with a dream to write and continue making art. Now the stilettos from the red carpet in London have been replaced by clogs in the kitchen garden at Jungshoved in Denmark. In the poems, the reader meets her for vernissage, in her relationship and in her studio, where an inner critical voice continues to stand in the way of what might be within reach: love and success.

Uddrag fra bogen (DK)

hans læber hænger i ansigtet

blafrende

jeg slår slalom imellem ord

hører ikke hvad han siger

med ryggen mod væggen

står jeg i en henrettelse

han peger på mig med sin næse

udstående øjne

jeg ved jeg skal løbe

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Cover: Illustration by Mia-Nelle Drøschler. Graphic design by Katrine Bønsøe

Published the publisher Muusmann, January 2023

Lær at male is a practical manual that shows you everything you need to know to achieve impressive results quickly with your paintings.

Visual artist Mia-Nelle Drøschler goes through five crucial steps to prepare and execute a good painting. The approach to painting here is so simple that even a beginner with the book in hand can get down to business with original and exciting paintings.

Each chapter has practical information on technique and equipment and includes a rich image gallery of professional work to spark your creativity. The book contains 40 exciting painting exercises based on either photography, reality, memory or imagination.

The motifs cover all types of subjects, e.g. landscapes, still life, people, flowers, animals, furniture, waves and buildings, so there is something for everyone. This unique book allows you to find your very own personal style by following the step-by-step manual.

Illustration from the book bogen by Mia-nelle Drøschler