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Die Portraits entstehen meistens ganz klassisch vor dem Model. Die Anwesenheit und die Konzentration der Person fließt deutlich mit in die Malerei ein. Die Aufgabe besteht darin dem Menschen so viel Aufmerksamkeit zu widmen als möglich und weniger der Leinwand. Das bestimmt die Qualität der Arbeit. Es entstehen so genannte "Psychologische Portraits" der/die Gemalte findet meist Seiten seiner Selbstidentität wieder, die er nicht an der Oberfläche vermutet hätte. Oft kommt es auch vor, dass Brüder, Schwestern, Onkel, Elternteile in den eigenen Abbildungen mehr erkannt werden als der Gemalte sich selbst erkennt. Ich selber gebe keine eigene Deutung (z.B. des Gemütszustandes des Gemalten) mit hinein. Ich male nur was ich tatsächlich sehe, wobei es keine große Rolle spielt welche Farbe ich wähle, sondern nur "das da was ist". Seit 2010 ist die Serie der Brotherpaintings am enstehen. Ich fing in den US an Freunde und Bekannte aus meinem ganz direkten Umfeld zu malen.
Mostly the portraits are produced in a classical manner in front of the model. The presence and the concentration of the person distinctly flows into the painting itself. The challenge is to dedicate as much attention to the person as possible, and less so to the screen. That determines the quality of the work. What originates are so-called "psychological portraits". The painted person often rediscovers parts of his/her self identity, which he did not suspect to be on the surface. It is often the case, that brothers, sisters, uncles, parents are more recognizable in the paintings than the actual person recognizes him/herself. I myself do not include my own interpretation (e.g. the mood of the depicted). I only paint what I see indeed, whereas it does not play a big role which color I chose, but only "that there is something". Since 2010 the series of brother paintings is emerging. I began painting friends and acquaintances from my direct surroundings in America. By now they include also strangers from the street.
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