Once again I had the pleasure to do some mural painting with the blacklight technique. It was an especially large object, but when I entered the room, I got disappointed because the room had only little space to paint on. Even without all the elements and separating walls, the whole room looked small.
While I was painting even more separating walls were installed. This complicated my work even more. I painted the new hallways and tried to make the room look like a labyrinth.
miniature golf – black light
This time I’m guiding you to dark rooms where miniature golf is played. The rooms are shaded and you can only see the colorful paintings with shining miniature golf elements and paths.
Initially, movement in such a room is surprising, but the perception changes and after a while you start seeing sharp lines and everything comes to an equilibrium.
First you feel uncertain in such rooms until you get used to the strong change in colors. The paintings shine strongly in the UV light and can be observed very precisely.
Thank you very much for the huge amount of creative pulses that you released by clinking your glasses in my gallery.
Your joyful smiles showed me that my paintings have awakened emotions in a way as it was intended.
I want to invite you to continue the dialog of the small details in between the lines and to discover “what really is there”.
The opened atelier wants to encourage you to bring your ideas along to my Kunstarena and to take part in an active producing.
Please accept my invitation at face value, together we can start with the realisation of our own project.
The spotlights are ON.
As I was painting pictures on walls stretching to infinity, I felt unhappy about the fact that all
painted over by someone some day. The only evidence for my creative work would be movies and photography.
After having accomplished my final degree at the Academy of Arts in Breslau me and my wife moved to Germany.
For years I’ve created interior rooms of many restaurants and discotheques in the whole Europe.