• Gisela Krause

    Date posted: October 7, 2011 Author: jolanta

    “In my earlier works the human figure was very dominant.”

    Courtesy of the artist.

    Gisela Krause

    In my earlier works the human figure was very dominant. I offered a broad scale of theme, from dark and mysterious to humorous, even grotesque. In recent years the human figure has become less important. However, the characteristic handwriting of a drawer is still lightweight and now provides the basis of the new abstract paintings. Forms are created, crossed, reduced, and captured again. I have taken a further step and refine my forms as a free rhythmic organization of lines and planes of the so-called “structure paintings.”

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