@zehner just wrote this capturing very eloquently what is difficult to express: @dirkmarwig Impressive! I deeply adore your work: You are one of the hard-to-find artists able to work with form, material and colors. You show the possibilities of an object, (often made of wood, the most natural and archaic object artists have used; (and nowadays again a modern stuff - oil is again reserved for creating the colors, mostly not for creating objects itselfs), by respecting its sources nature and forms, underlining all these Elements by colors. So, using the possibility of de- and reconstruction the original materia, you are changing the relationship between the materials and yourself: Now, you are not at all the viewer of collector of an object, now you are the creator of a new figure or another artwork - simply spoken: the subject's creator, awakening something now to life. This new one is not a negation of the sources, but the logical transfiguration.
In addition, I adore your examinations concerning the relationship of form and colors. And you are also in a tradition of most great artists!
Every viewer has two options to gain benefit: It's like opening the doors of a skyscraper and climbing the stairs, looking constantly out of the windows. The viewer starts at the Lobby on the groundfloor:
On the one hand, your work is simply beautiful and understandable for anybody interested a little bit in history of modern and contemporary art.
On the other hand, your work has a deepness and a mystery, postulating and in need to be studied very precise and analytical, searching for the ancestors and the relations to other works. Only after that, the rooftop can be reached, showing a new and complete vier. I hope to have an opportunity to see more of all the works you created. Honestly adoring your artwork, I send you best wishes from Saarbruecken: Sascha