Achtzig Galerie – Vernissage

 

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Peter Häusser and friends enjoying the Vernissage

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Achtzig Galerie Website

 

Achtzig Galerie:

 

Peter Häusser (Artist from Berlin, born 1990 in Kehl)

I love Abstract Art!

When I paint I am in a total flow of creative energy – I prefer painting on very big canvases if possible and I usually put them on the floor, so that the Acrylic paint I put on, can just lie there until it is dry. Also I love to mix the colours while they are already on the canvas. Everything happens quite intuitively – and I feel the harmony of colours.

I like to compare abstract painting with classical music, which does not use words or any descriptive terms that navigate, channel and even limit your interpretation, but it only uses tones. And in the same way the colours in an abstract painting form a composition, without depicting any motifs, which gives you the absolute freedom in your thoughts and feelings.

The purpose and function of art is to bring people together, by creating a deeper way of communication and expression of all their feelings – and thereby living and enjoying life to the fullest!

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Achtzig Galerie, Hagenauer Straße 7 Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin

 

 

New Abstract Paintings

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Berlin Mitte

 

 

Achtzig Galerie – Vernissage

Abstract Painting

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My greatest inspiration often comes very suddenly in a moment of pure serenity. When I look at the white canvas – I feel free, and I just start painting!

When I paint I am in a total flow of creative energy – so that I forget time and it happens that I paint the whole night and day until I finished the painting. I prefer painting on very big canvases if possible and I usually put them on the floor, so that the Acrylic paint I put on, can just lie there until it is dry. Also I love to mix the colours while they are already on the canvas. Everything happens quite intuitively – and I feel the harmony of colours.

I like to compare abstract painting with classical music, which does not use words or any descriptive terms that navigate, channel and even limit your interpretation, but it only uses tones. And in the same way the colours in an abstract painting form a composition, without depicting any motifs, which gives you the absolute freedom in your thoughts and feelings.

 

 

 

Häusser Paintings in Berlin Mitte

 

Abstract Painting