- Title: Overdose
- Theme: Excess
- Technique: Mixed Technique
- Material: Wood
- Size: 100×80 cm
- Date: Unknown
All at once
If you like to paint on paper or cardboard but at the same time want to use an easel, you need a solid and smooth surface such as a wooden board to which you can attach the medium for a short time. During the creative process, paint sometimes goes beyond the edge of the medium and ends up on the surface. Over a long period of time, many works are created, which leave their traces through various techniques, which are bundled on an underlay.
The rest is the best
Let us imagine that every brushstroke we make is guided by emotions. So all the splotches that land on the surface represent an excess of emotions that did not fit the actual work. With each new work of art, the picture becomes more complete on the surface and, over time, it becomes a book of excess emotions in which one can find everything that has ever been part of it.
What a nice trip Mr. Rorschach
Since the observer does not see the process of creation and therefore the elements that have flowed in can only be guessed, it is primarily only a collection of splotches. However, even unspectacular splotches start to move as soon as one surrenders to one’s own illusion of creation and perhaps, similar to a Rorschach test, one recognizes something of oneself.
Mixed techniques are the application of several methods in a creative activity. These can be traditional techniques such as acrylic painting, linoleum printing and pottery, but also modern techniques such as light installations and 3D printing, which combines an infinite variety and completely new possibilities to bring a creative idea to light.
Every piece of art is authentic and handcrafted, hand-signed, dated and numbered by the artist. Quality materials are used to assure longevity and causing less impact on the environment to preserve the earth’s resources.
~ Unique ~