Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Exhibition Opening: Helga Gasser - Polka Dots

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Exhibition Opening: Helga Gasser - Polka Dots

Helga Gasser (1979, Villach/Austria) belongs to the young generation of Austrian artists who focus again on figurative painting in itself, despite the diversity of contemporary artistic positions and media.
Over the past years her artwork has shown that she is not interested in hyperreal photorealism, but uses her own unique style to address genuine topics and create new realities.
She captures her personal encounters and observations by combining different graphic and painting methods with excellent craftsmanship. The viewer turns into a voyeur of intimate snapshots of the artist’s surroundings, her everyday life or a special moment in time.
Both her exhibition and artwork titles reveal a sense of irony towards her environment and lead the spectator into the middle of every day situations, which often focus on people and their relationships with the world or themselves.
She masters close-ups as well as classical composition, and under her direction real characters and animals turn into the protagonists of a unique artistic universe. - Ulli Sturm (translated by Dominique Friedmann)
Bosa1 Aquarell 21x29 7cm 2014

Helga Gasser - Bosa #1

Original drawing
Watercolor on paper
Signed by the artist
Size: 29.7 x 21 cm
Bosa2 Aquarell 21x29 7cm 2014

Helga Gasser - Bosa #2

Original drawing
Watercolor on paper
Signed by the artist
Size: 29.7 x 21 cm
bossom TuscheAquarellfarbePapier 11x14 5cm 2014

Helga Gasser - Bosom

Original drawing
India ink and watercolor on paper
Signed by the artist
Size: 14.5 x 11 cm
bottom TuschePapier 14 5x11cm 2014

Helga Gasser - Bottom

Original drawing
India ink on paper
Signed by the artist
Size: 14.5 x 11 cm
Lodenhut TuschePapier 14 5x11cm 2013

Helga Gasser - Lodenhut

Original drawing
India ink on paper
Signed by the artist
Size: 14.5 x 11 cm
Helga Gasser - OT

Helga Gasser - Ohne Titel (Lederhose)

Original drawing
India ink and watercolor on paper
Signed by the artist
Size: 25 x 18 cm
polka-dots1 TuscheAqarellfarbePapier 25x18cm 2014 2

Helga Gasser - Polka Dots #1

Original drawing
India ink and watercolor on paper
Signed by the artist
Size: 25 x 18 cm
polka-dots2 TuschePapier 25x18cm 2014

Helga Gasser - Polka Dots #2

Original drawing
India ink on paper
Signed by the artist
Size: 25 x 18 cm
reebok TuscheAquarellfarbePapier 14 5x11cm 2014

Helga Gasser - Reebok

Original drawing
India ink and watercolor on paper
Signed by the artist
Size: 14.5 x 11 cm
5 Pieces Gallery is pleased to show these interesting new works by upcoming Austrian artist Helga Gasser. The exhibition will run at www.5piecesgallery.comfrom today to August 15 2014. 10% off for 5 Pieces Gallery members.
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Private Sale: Eivind Blaker

In this month's private sale, we are offering our members 20% off on all prints byEivind Blaker. Just enter the code ps4134 at checkout to get the special members-only discount. The code is valid until August 15 2014.
Eivind Baker - White Light

Eivind Blaker - White Light

Silkscreen print on acid free and permanent Scandia 2000 paper
Signed and numbered by the artist
Edition: 50
Image Size: 80 x 55 cm
Paper Size: 102 x 72 cm
Eivind Baker - White Heat

Eivind Blaker - White Heat

Silkscreen print on acid free and permanent Scandia 2000 paper
Signed and numbered by the artist
Edition: 50
Image Size: 80 x 55 cm
Paper Size: 102 x 72 cm
Eivind Baker - Pink Flash

Eivind Blaker - Pink Flash

Silkscreen print on acid free and permanent Scandia 2000 paper
Signed and numbered by the artist
Edition: 50
Image Size: 80 x 55 cm
Paper Size: 102 x 72 cm
About the artist:
I like logic, quality and truth, both in work and in life. In my work I’m interested in beauty. My version of beauty. And for me that comes through a variety of subjects, but always with the use of logic. I take things apart; I dissect the elements of an image and put it back together the way I see best. I view thing as a puzzle and enjoy the process of making every piece a logical part of the whole, and in the end, making the result more than the sum of its parts. I work with different imagery, such as cartoons, nature, military crafts and portraits, but always through my perception of logic. I deal with the themes of masculinity, perception and identity. © Eivind Blaker (1983, Telemark/Norway)
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Yours faithfully,
Dennis Sebastian Ammann
Gallery Director 5 Pieces Gallery

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