Tanja Vetter’s works show painting as alienation of a reality, where representational and abstract elements are imbued mutually with each other. Landscapes are her motif. Tanja Vetter’s countrysides of wood and mountainscapes, seascapes and staffage landscapes meet our eyes discomfortingly, melancholically and alienating. It is not the artist’s aim to depict nature, rather her landscape impressions shape themselves from painting; nature takes place in the process of painting - over and over the depth of space is sought after and penetrated by the autonomy of colour. In addition human figures in wide, sublime scenery; particularly the latest works include the figure, man into the colouristic landscape areas.