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d'ART ID#: 136182
Length: 100.00 cm
Height: 100.00 cm
Depth: 10.00 cm
Framed: no
Dominant colors
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Media Types
Painting
Style & Subject
Modern
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Patrick Gysemberg

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light intrusion on sabre dance
Patrick Gysemberg

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light, indirect light intrudes painting to enligten ones wall and supporting the artpiece withe back up light 2 in one

Since I started to work with oils, no more than seven years ago, I have come a long way.Because I knew I could draw from my early years in childhood, I started to make figurative paintings, but they seem to lack "something". For sure I was not very satisfied with the outcome, with the results.As my brother asked me to make an abstract painting a few years ago, I started to experiment with all media involved.And here something wonderful happened : I found out that , every time I started on one of my abstract "oils", I never knew where I nor the painting itself would end. I thus, just let "things" happen. I create, without knowing the outcome. I draw, paint, put together, assemble, use oils and other material, to achieve the endresult. I juse become part of a creative process.I see/feel a very strong "force" taking over during the act of creation. It guides me through my paintings and leads me to the end result. It is very hard for me to detect when this should be: when I should stop this interactive process between me, my brush, the canvas and the paint. There lies my responsibility as a painter, a creator. I determine the composition because I determine when to stop this creative process. The final composition always is - or should be at least - a token of beauty of something in life that is surrounding us. The outcome has to match my vision of beauty and should at least be a reflection of it. My paintings are vivid, full of life and colour, because this is what or who I am. They are a reflection of my inner self, erupted out of my sub conscience, as a proof of respect for the life we lead, we hold and we treasure. After finishing this creative process, I try the utmost to look for the appropriate title, since I believe there is a huge interaction going on between title and painting, as if the painting is a token, a statement from beyond; an expression from higher forces. >Each painting has a message, but surely there are more messages possible than the one I detected. This makes my oils, my art pieces subject to contemplation and reflection on life in all its aspects.One of my huge paintings I sold to an American very recently, was sold because of the explicit relation between the painting and the title.My "oils" are mostly big, because this is a great size to decorate one's home with, you do not need frames.My "oils" - merely all abstract expressionist pieces - are "my statement", they are "my will", they are "me". Patrick Gysemberg 23 September 2003exhibitions : 2002 Februari - March Town City Hall Wommelgem, Belgium 2003 Februari - March Town City Hall Wommelgem, Belgium2003 April 25th - 2 weeks - Berlaar - Lier - Antwerp Major Exhibition show with live entertainment - THANK YOU ALL FOR YR VISIT AND GREAT REACTIONS ON THE SHOWFutur events :2005-2006 - Town City Hall Wommelgem, Belgiumcurrently negotiating an offer from a major Business center to present my paintings. dates after 21/10/03www.mylifeisart.com

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