boswell - mourot fine art
Hans Feyerabend
       
Railroad Bridge Little Rock
Big Writer
Golden Helmet
Rider
Troupe
Golden Rider
Ria
Railroad Bridge Little Rock, 44" x 28", mixed media on canvas, 2015, espresso wood floater frame
Big Writer, 35" x 36", oil on canvas, 2015, black wood floater frame

Man with a Golden Helmet, 30" x 24", mixed media on canvas board, 2015, 2 1/2" wood frame
Don Quixote, 48" x 24", mixed media on canvas, 2015, espresso wood floater frame
I-95 Troupe, 34" x 48", mixed media on canvas, 2014, espresso wood floater frame
Golden Rider, 68" x 36", mixed media on canvas, 2014, espresso wood floater frame
Ria, 68" x 36", mixed media on canvas, 2014, espresso wood floater frame

Prayer, oil on canvas, 20" x 16", espresso wood floater frame
Ancient legends, medieval fairies, timeless beasts, and contemporary office clerks are some of the leading subjects in the works by German painter, Hans Feyerabend. Each painting captures the essence of a specific moment with a host of kaleidoscopic facets.

His work demands abandonment of "seeing as usual". The paintings create their very own reality. A world, in which formal relationships of colors and shapes combine in equilibrium to hold the paintings together and to give them their unique quality. The balance of conceptual forms and depicted subjects lends the paintings their inner tension, and giving rise to powerful compositions.
The paintings start as an open process of overlaying abstract configurations. Through the techniques of addition and subtraction, figurative scenes emerge. The work is further developed by superimposing more recognizable images, creative instinct, and formal laws of visual composition. The traces of the painting's origins are not concealed in the finished piece. Comparable to geological processes of layering and deterioration, the paintings evolve into their one-of-a-kind character.


Feyerabends work is in collections on 5 continents and on public display in Germany and Florida. For more information visit alsofeyerabend.com
 
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