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Another work from the series "Intensity" | this new series is inspired by the color-intensive works of a Rupprecht Geiger or Barnet Newman or at least by Mark Rothko - they live and pulsate from the pure power of color. The contrast between pink / magenta and orange leads to the release of happiness hormones, which we all have more than necessary. It is also suitable as a meditation picture - probably best on a cloudy day ... Inspired by Rupprecht Geiger, Mark Rothko and Georgia O'Keefee
Painting:Acrylic on Canvas
Size:39.4 W x 55.1 H x 1.6 D in
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Color for Life | An important aspect in my art work is the search for soulful colors. Colors are touching souls - they show us the way and give us an idea of what infinity can be. Many color awareness paintings are created in series that relate to each other, they are characterized by similarity rather than by the narrative, which does not play a role in my art. By concentrating on the NOW, or better: by being all-one in the creative process, the soul power can flow into the work and curdle into snapshots, which then get their way into freedom as witnesses of this creative work. Play & Creativity As a child, still fully involved in the beauty of simple life on a Slovenian farm, without electric light, but candlelight, no running water, but clear, fresh water from the well and no central heating, but the cozy warmth of a tiled stove (at least in winter) – so under simple living conditions, but in the game, in nature there were breaks with the family when the time came and I was just 6 years old. The desire for some relief, for a little luxury in being there, prompted my mother to go to Germany. The call of the later stepfather, who had 5 children in Germany alone, was too tempting. I lost sight of the two bigger siblings there, my brother came to relatives like me. The little sister was allowed to go on the trip with her while I was housed at the age of 6 with my aunt and uncle in the neighboring town. After a year I was allowed to follow in Southern Germany, but the social apartment hardly offered any space for the existing family of eight, so the decision to move me to the Catholic children’s home made sense from this perspective. Change & Creation For the second time my way into the unknown was – this also turned out to be a stroke of luck since the schooling and the compulsion to learn the German language – apart from me, nobody spoke Slovenian in this home – as a kind of “learning acceleration” acted and I was then empowered to speak German but at the same time deprived of Slovenian. Now that I am writing these lines over 50 years have passed and the desire for an interpretation of how and why my art looks like and why this form of creation … the seed for expression in the present could have been planted in these times of change … For me, the greatest miracle is that beauty can grow out of pain.
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