Seid gegrüßt ... - Limited Edition of 1 Artwork by Volker Rossenbach

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Seid gegrüßt ... - Limited Edition of 1

Volker Rossenbach

Germany

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Size: 59.1 W x 74.8 H x 1.6 D in

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In this work, the narrative style of Volker Rossenbach, the history of Renaissance painting and action painting is told with fragments from architecture and typography. The picture is digitally painted and printed on canvas.

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New Media:Ink on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:59.1 W x 74.8 H x 1.6 D in

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Comment on my way of working: My pictures are a mixture of different elements / pictures and colors, which I combine in the computer to create a new picture. My favorite subjects are faces, animals, figures and characters. Most of the pictures I take are a mixture of ten to 50 different elements. On my computer, I create a new, non-existent imagery from this. In addition to creating and building new imagery, I also photograph situations that I use. Along with these pictures and the images of things decaying and destroyed, there is the use of grunge brushes, which I make myself - and all sorts of other interesting motifs. With that I create a new work. I also use existing images that I edit in Photoshop and Painter to create new images. When the work is finished, I have the picture printed out - and possibly paint over it. My work is not so much about explanations and concepts, but about a new variety of "painting". I usually start with a vague idea, but when I look at the results that The masters of the Post-War Modernism and the Bauhaus teachings were what fascinated and influenced me, like others of my generation, in my young days. I was captivated by artists like Paul Klee, Oskar Schlemmer, Piet Mondrian, Emil Nolde, Edvard Munch, Julius Bissier, Ben Nicholson, Robert Delaunay and Picasso. That is why my first works were expressive-figurative before they approached a more concrete style. During my studies in the field of graphic design at the Werkkunstschule Krefeld I met my professor Hans Joachim Albrecht who was a great supporter of mine. Albrecht was not only an excellent professor, but also a renowned sculptor with a concrete-figurative approach. I graduated in 1969. In the following years I worked as an art director/creative director for international agencies like Leo Burnett or Grey until I was in charge of my own agency: E/B/D in Düsseldorf. My works, including the big Coca Cola campaign from 1976 to 1978, were awarded prizes repeatedly. In the late 70s I went public with my light objects that are taken notice of throughout the world of art. Stations of my exhibitions included the Kunstverein Krefeld and the galery of Löhrl which was one of the most notable galeries in Germany at the time. Those projects were promoted and accompanied by the internationally well-known object artist Adolf Luther who also wrote the exhibition text for my presentation in the Kunstverein Krefeld in 1978.

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