Arguably, the looks of people, tradition, and nature has been a central theme all through artwork for millennia. Some could even argue that these themes have gone hand in hand with artwork since endlessly. These themes usually are not solely sturdy, as they’re frequent, too; in reality, they’re so frequent that it is laborious to provide you with one thing authentic, unexhausted, and refreshing.
That is the place the works of Gesine Marwedel come into play. She blends the themes of human look, nature, and animals all into one, and facilities them across the human physique itself. She creates these incredible physique work that resemble something from an animal to an abstraction, and does so with magnificence and mastery that is infrequently matched. She blends the pictures with the human physique so effectively, that it is generally laborious to even see the “canvas.”
She has shared with us how it began, and what she attracts inspiration from: “I at all times painted on canvas and put some photographs on the web. A photographer (Thomas van de Wall) noticed them and requested me to color a face. That is the way it began. I’m impressed by poses, by colours, by animals and nature… generally I simply see one thing and an concept instantly comes into my thoughts.”