"things are looking bleak hurry, if you want to catch a glimpse everything is withering" paul c?zanne
Biography: Born 1956 in Steyr Constant discourse with painting for the past 30 years Training and support since 1985: W.A. Bilinsky Prof. Haas (MA Fine Art) Barbara Klapper (MA Fine Art) Ongoing training: Prof. Josef Kaiser (Vienna University of Applied Arts/MA Fine Art) Prof. Herbert Pill (MA Fine Art) Exhibitions since 1994 in Austria To me abstract painting has always meant freedom for both the observer and myself. It contains the power of individuality. The message is open-ended, meaning turns into suggestion. Abstract worlds of imagery tell a new story every day. After years of abstract painting, both in acrylic and oil, where I was striving towards the idea of an absolute harmony of colours, I have recently switched to a more figurative way of working. And here it is mainly the nude and the portrait in a wide variety of styles that have become ever more important to me and that have dominated my work over the past years. I have also taken up photography as way of expressing myself artistically, and in contrast to my other work, this path has lead me partially back to abstraction again. After almost 30 years of reflecting on the perception of my environment, I can still feel the same curiosity that I had at my first stroke of the brush.
Development by Magic Web Solutions.