examples of abstract works

 

Bubblegumbubbles (1)
Bubblegumbubbles (1)

acrylic on canvas 31 x 31 Making chewing gum bubbles is not good! Just ignore it and have fun 😊

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Herbstdämmerung
Herbstdämmerung

acrylic on paper 64 x 50 Colours are changing slowly

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Mangue/Framboise s.v.p.
Mangue/Framboise s.v.p.

Acrylic on paper 20 x 20 From a series of summerfeelings

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The yellow threat 80 x 80 acrylic on canvas An abstract work, inspired by the English Navy, where all the ropes of the royal fleet, from the strongest to the weakest, are spun in such a way that a thread runs through the whole that cannot be pulled out without dissolving everything. So even the smallest pieces are recognizable that they belong to the crown. Doesn't every life have such a thread? What color is yours?

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No grid fits (I)
No grid fits (I)

Acrylic, charcoal on paper 64 x 50 cm

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No grid fits (III)
No grid fits (III)

Acrylic, charcoal on paper 64 x 50 cm

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No grid fits (II)
No grid fits (II)

Acrylic, charcoal on paper 64 x 50 cm

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Even the goldfish is in bad mood
Even the goldfish is in bad mood

Acrylic, charcoal on paper 64 x 50 cm

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Behind the fence
Behind the fence

Acrylic on paper 64 x 50 Behind bars - hope for better times

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FirstSigns
FirstSigns

Acrylic on canvas 100 x 140 Abstract painting. The first signs of a new creative year.

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Mir liegt was auf dem Magen
Mir liegt was auf dem Magen

Acrylic on paper

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Bushfire
Bushfire

acrylic on canvas 90 x 90 cm For weeks now, the news about "bushfire" have dominated the news. More bush fires = fewer trees. Fewer trees = less carbon dioxide absorption. More carbon dioxide = greater global warming. Vicious circle. From my series "Happy holidays in anthropocene"

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Moored ships - Kieler Woche
Moored ships - Kieler Woche

acrylic on canvas 100 x 100 cm Summer has almost gone but pictures of big ships moored in the harbor are still present

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Mango/raspberry please
Mango/raspberry please

Acrylic on paper 20x20 from a small series of summerfeelings

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summer 2016 (2)
summer 2016 (2)

30 x 30 acrylic on artist board Finally summer! Holidays and time to watch the sailing boats

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No. 170123
No. 170123

Acrylic on paper 42 x 30 abstract painting inspired by a foggy day at the habourside

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summer 2016 (1)
summer 2016 (1)

30 x 30 acrylic on artist board It is finally summer! Watching sail boats on the baltic sea

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Forgotten items
Forgotten items

acrylic on canvas 100 x 80 Hardly any human short-sightedness is as visible today as the pollution of the oceans through plastic waste. From plastic waste or objects that we simply throw away or "forget" islands are formed in the world's oceans, which have already reached astonishing sizes. Will we simply be spending the summer on a new island from “Forgotten items” in the future? From my series: "Happy holidays in anthropocene"

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Nimm mich mit Kapitän
Nimm mich mit Kapitän

acrylic on paper 23 x 23

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Feuerschiff Elbe 1
Feuerschiff Elbe 1

Acrylic on canvas 80 x 80 cm For me the lightship "Elbe1" is a symbol for bringing people home safe and sound into the harbour.

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deep water horizon
deep water horizon

64 x 50 cm Acrylic on paper From my series: "Happy holidays in anthropocene" Tourism is booming. The catastrophy has almost been forgotten A kind of mass amnesia. With seven million liters of Corexit, the BP oil spill disappeared - at least from the screens. And press releases say: The environment in the Gulf is recovering. The The water looks clear, the beaches are clean. Yeah, let's have a sunbath. "Deep water horizon" is no longer visible. Summer fallacy

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Washed away
Washed away

Acrylic, Bitumen on canvas 60 x 60 Do you remember the beautiful holiday homes with a sea view? The communities tirelessly try to regain washed away land: elaborate and expensive sand rinsing shall save the beaches - and thus also the houses that are built directly by the sea. But this is how the vicious cycle began. And all we can find is washed away terrain. “Washed away terrain" From my series: "Happy holidays in anthropocene"

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25 Rose hips
25 Rose hips

Acrylic on canvas 80 x 80 An abstract work, inspired by rose hedges on the island of Sylt. These characteristic wild roses, which bloom relatively briefly in summer and smell so wonderful, conjure up a rich rose hip splendor in late summer.

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Red 2
Red 2

Acrylic on paper 29 x 29

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Am seidenen Faden
Am seidenen Faden

"Dangling on a string" Acryl auf Leinwand 100 x 100 No matter what - if big or small - at the end everything can fail

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No grid fits No. 5
No grid fits No. 5

Acrylic on paper 64 x 50 Requirements everywhere. It has to be so and so. Free yourself. Fall through the grid. Everything will be fine.

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Out of the blue
Out of the blue

acrylic/dust on cardboard 80 x 60 From my series "mental state - mixed emotions" created in "dust technique" with rock flour, champagne chalk, charcoal and acrylic

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Rendevous at milkyway
Rendevous at milkyway

Acrylic on paper 64 x 50 We'll meet again - don't know when Form my series: "Mental state - mixed emotions"

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