Fabian Freese

Image Courtesy of Fabian Freese

I walk the border between painting and photography, using one to augment the other in terms of visual interest. Normally I travel around and do shootings at different places like Rome, Florence, Munich, London, Luxembourg and especially at old castles and at the sea. Usually I do a time exposure with my camera to fix about 1 to 3 minutes per picture. After this I create an abstract composition with stripes and place them on the large prints using aluminum dibond plates. My work employs different materials such as varnish and foils. I apply these in varying degrees until I feel I’ve accomplished my goal of expressing something that I consider visually stunning. One of the main themes of my artwork involves contrast, such as that existing between old and modern


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