Kunst in den Häusern…. Art in Homes

Der Betrachter eines Bildes malt das Bild weiter. Er sieht Dinge, die der Maler oder Malerin nicht gesehen haben, die andere Menschen nicht sehen. Bilder sind konstant und doch so wandelbar. Ich kenne meine Bilder und ihre Ausstrahlung meist aus dem Umfeld des Ateliers oder einer Ausstellung.  Ich finde es immer wieder spannend, wie ein Bild durch sein Umfeld und wie sich das Umfeld durch ein Bild verändert. In dieser Serie möchte ich einige meiner Bilder in ihrem neuen Zuhause vorstellen./

The one who views the painting is as well the one who finishes the painting, because he sees it in a specific way. He or she see it in a way the painter has not seen it when painting it. That is the fascinating thing about paintings that are not defining their subject to the end or work with open or no themes.
I know my paintings from the auro they have in the studio. I am always surprised to see, how much pantings change their auro depending on the surrounding they are and how much they do influence their surrounding. In this blog serie I want to present some of my paintings in their new home.

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Diese beiden Bilder – und noch einige mehr – durften mit nach Spanien umziehen. / Here are two paintings – out of some more – that were allowed to make the move to Spain.

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Small painting on a board
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Bringing sun into the room
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Dialog with an easy chair
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“Die Fülle” at a working place
Two paintings in the Aparthotel
Another corner – old mirror accompanied by two paintings
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“Sommer Party” in an oflfice
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Sone works on paper in an office
Sitting Launche, Kaiser Karl Apart Hotel, Bonn
Giving character to the hotel lounge
The Breakfast place with Wood 2
The Breakfast place with Wood 2

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