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Welcome! Thank you for visiting my weblog. I am Irene, Elisabeth Pouw, a Dutch fashion- and interiorblogger. As blogger I am connecting my readers with beauty, style, quality, craftsmanship and harmony in colors for interior / design / architecture, haute couture, photography, art, antiques etc. I love decorating & bringing beauty and harmony into interiors. I created this blog to share my passion for decorating as well as the many other things which inspire me. From time to time I am also highlighting certain interior designers, decorators, architects, stylists, photographers etc. I hope you enjoy your visit. Feel free to give a comment on my blogs. I will react back as soon as possible. Best regards, Irene Pouw from Holland.

22 mei 2020

Art: Inspiring artwork from artist Markus Nass, Part 01

While surfing on internet today I saw this beautiful and expressive artwork from the German artist Markus NassLove his bright and fresh coloruse. Take a look below at these paintings. Aren't they beautiful to see? Markus is using here epoxy resin combined with pigment and acrylglas. I am really touched by his inspiring artwork. Markus also made a colorful bar as well as a lighting design, called Lava Lamp. Below you will find more information about his background. Part 2 will follow soon. Be Inspired ....... 

Markus his atelier
More about the artist 
Markus Nass (German, b.1979)
Markus Nass, a recent graduate from the Staatliche Akademie der Bildendende Künste Karlsruhe, has developed a highly individual painterly style. Choosing to work with synthetic materials, Nass adds pigment to epoxy resin, which he then pours onto an acrylic surface. The clear, jewel-like colours are carefully chosen for the ways in which, combined and intermingled, they produce harmonies and dissonances, surface and depth, light and dark. Nass plans a basic structure for each work at the beginning of the production process but a central aspect of his approach is to allow the different colours to flow together, creating myriad layers. The resulting forms suggest birds-eye views of landscapes, cell structures or underwater realms. However, the transparent glow and otherworldly character of Nass' work ensures that the intimations of reality are always balanced with purely abstract elements. Ultimately, Nass' work is a self-reflective investigation of colour, light and form, the very fundamentals of art. Written by Felicity Lunn (curator, UBS-Art-Collection)
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Note: these photos have been placed with the approval of the artist himself.

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