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Painting: Full spectrum, Oil, Acrylic on Paper.
While the early autonomous images are still strongly contoured and have strong, non-figurative elements,
The work from 1993 onwards is characterized by overlapping, transparent color veils,
Which slide between the observer and the image, like milky or glazed lenses.
Colors of different densities and materiality pull into the image depth and lead back to the image surface.
Colors evoke moods and stir, in spite of all object refusal, associations.
Without becoming explicit, Nußbächer creates atmospheric moods in his pictures only through the appellative expressive power of the color.
The color, for him a visual archetype, he uses in material, as well as psychological and symbolic meaning.
Red for fire, embers, blood, love, passion and violence. The complementary color green / green- blue for water, depth, mystery, for transparency.
Nußbächer thus leads the traditional landscape painting into a color painting of the elements.
The pictures are under acrylic glass in aluminum frames or wooden frames.
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