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'GOBSMACKED' - pictured left - at the Frank Pictures Gallery Exhibition 2012, Bergamot Station Santa Monica.
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GOBSMACKED Painting

HERMANN LEDERLE

United States

Painting, Oil on Canvas

Size: 38 W x 50 H x 1.5 D in

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GOBSMACKED oil on canvas, 50 by 38 inches (127x96cm), 2012 Hermann Lederle ‘Gobsmacked’ motifs are grounded in the dynamic interplay between binary opposites of the geometric and organic. A back and forth that animates from the conscious to the unconscious mimicking the process of the title's projection. Layering back to the beginnings of this painting, you might not suspect it started out with a frontal view of an elephant, changed to a profile of a rooster to completely fade out this figurative elements. Yet it all this gives it a solid structure.

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Painting:Oil on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:38 W x 50 H x 1.5 D in

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Known for his innovative BEAUTIFUL CHAOS abstract canvas scapes and unique BREAKAWAY layered PIXEL painting, Los Angeles artist Hermann Lederle revives the gamut and spunk of a paint-thrusting Abstract Expressionist. Blurring the boundaries between paint-scape and landscape realism and between the emulsion and its intended motif, the work merges geometric abstraction and sheer color concept to explore a new intangible thematic. Through a PILLING of dotted lines and multitude of hyper-glow colors - as if the artist intends to assault the surface with micro-nuclear forces, Lederle constructs a next generation art-scape. German artist Lederle is most prominent for his PIXEL and BLOTS painting and more recent ADAPTATION series. His works have shown in numerous exhibitions around the world, and his artistic production is particularly unique and recognizable. Although initially the impression is abstract, Lederle's works feature geometric elements that compose, as a whole, figurative elements, bringing to mind that of the abstract expressionists. Upon graduating from Karl Friedrich School Mannheim for humanist and classic studies in Germany, Lederle re-directed his career path. His early apprenticeship training in photography inspired him to seek a formal continued education in the Fine Arts, namely filmmaking and painting at the San Francisco Art Institute. San Francisco became his new residency for the next years until graduating with a BFA, followed by five years establishing himself as a painter in the thriving arts district of Tribeca in downtown New York City. It was there, Lederle began to formulate his own visual language to express his concepts and ideas through the lens, on canvas and on the film screen. Exemplifying the artist’s interest in the interaction between art and film and creating an additional link to 21st century web based digital art, Lederle's painting strives to wipe clean the slate of conventional notions of image construction. Lederle's PIXEL series, first shown at Media Rare Gallery in Hollywood  suggests a kind of Cubism for the digital age. His work as a filmmaker cross-pollinates in subtle, oblique ways. The idea of pixel paintings originated when working with digital images. “It was a discovery.

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