Prints Overview

A abandoned house in the desert

The Desert Trip Prints –
an opportunity for new collectors

In Autumn 2019 we spent some time in South California, in the desert around Palm Springs. A trip that inspired two nice series of digital paintings: “The Desert Trip Prints Serie ” which I want to present to you here. How it happend that Palm Springs became the center of our activity is another nice story – all through a Facebook friendship. If you want to know more about this story, click here.

With this print serie I address art lovers who want to become collectors. I chose medium, size and price that makes the start into this role easy.

The prints of the Special Edition are limited to only 10 prints per art work. They are Gallery Quality Giclée prints on natural white, smooth matte paper. Custom trimmed with border and individually numbered and signed by the artist. Sold unframed.

The Desert Trip Print Series:

In some of the prints I have been working (digital) directly on some of my most impressive photos. I worked over them, so partly they are fully reworked. Other works show little parts of the original photo. I thrived to brake the character of a landscape photo and its natural forms by adding elements from our “civilised” world, architectural lines, regular patterns, letters and numbers, without loosing the very special atmosphere of this grandiose and very impressive landscape. Other works reflect my emotional perception of the impressive landscape.

Another Print Series:
“The Little Pink House”
Memories of Greenland

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Prints of this to 10 prints limited edition are available too. The images are featuring my memories of a Greenland trip in 2018.

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Portrait of Gerrit Oppelland-Hampel in front of some paintings

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