Motion Paintings by Andy Denzler

Swiss artist Andy Denzler creates oil paintings designed to look like a distorted moment which, upon closer inspection is very abstract, but from a distance looks real.

“In my work I’m principally concerned with addressing time and evoking a narrative through composition, light, and motion. I depict time by applying a filter of blurred movement.”

The Zurich-based artist employs a wet-on-wet technique, and it is through this fluid physical process that he achieves filmic motion.

The challenge is to accelerate and decelerate the consistency of the paint while working rapidly.

“I use nature as the source for my world. I use equal parts my developed painting vocabulary and my own identity. It leaves me very vulnerable, but it is an honest process.”

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Source: claireoliver


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