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K.W. Stegers

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K.W. Stegers

Born: 1944

Hometown: Lünen

Based in: Lünen

 

It is often the memory of a special place that inspires K.W. Stegers to his minimalist paintings. With a photographic eye he observes landscapes and objects, which he then reduces and rearranges to what is essential to him. More recent works have been created without any templates. The themes are colour constellations arranged at angles according to certain previously determined conditions.

K.W. Stegers studied photo design and taught photographic technology at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Dortmund, Germany. His photographic documentation of the coal and steel industry of the Ruhr Area was acquired by the Ruhr Museum Foundation in Essen in 2017. Since 2001, he has devoted himself to constructivist painting.

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GridSquare 3:1, no. 23

K.W. Stegers, Germany

Painting

US$ 1,950

Colour table VI c

K.W. Stegers, Germany

Painting

US$ 1,300

Zickersche Berge, Rügen

K.W. Stegers, Germany

Painting

US$ 850

Port of Datteln

K.W. Stegers, Germany

Painting

US$ 1,250

Building fence in Campione, Lake Garda

K.W. Stegers, Germany

Painting

US$ 1,250

Shed on Ischia

K.W. Stegers, Germany

Painting

US$ 1,250

Sheed door in Sellin

K.W. Stegers, Germany

Painting

US$ 1,250

Intermezzo rock garden 110307

K.W. Stegers, Germany

Painting

US$ 590

Lac Blanc in Massif Aguilles Rouge

K.W. Stegers, Germany

Painting

US$ 1,950

Flowerbeds in Sanssouci Park

K.W. Stegers, Germany

Painting

US$ 450

Belle Aurore no.19 (Côte d `Azur)

K.W. Stegers, Germany

Painting

US$ 1,550

16 colours: stripes, no. 1

K.W. Stegers, Germany

Painting

US$ 750

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About K.W. Stegers


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What inspires you?

The environment in which I find myself. The landscapes and places which I discover during my hikes and travels. The details of the locations in which I find myself - the particulars of the architecture and facades, the structures and constellation of colours.


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Describe your creative process.

I analyze my surroundings for possible motifs and collect these ideas and impressions with my camera. Following this, I begin the creative process by condensing and abstracting my photographic templates into first sketches. This is followed by a drawing process leading to the creation a painting. The choice of the colours is based upon the photographic originals. I work towards a harmonious spectrum of colours.


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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

Abstract. Constructivist. Geometric.


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Who are some artists that have influenced your work?

Sean Scully, Ellworth Kelly, Piet Mondrian, Bridget Riley, Agnes Martin, Aurelie Nemours, Carmen Herrera, Josef Albers, Max Bill, Gerhard Richter, Camille Graeser, Ulrich Erben, Richard Paul Lohse, Günter Fruhtrunk and many more.


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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

Camera. Coloured pencils. Set square.


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Where do you go for inspiration?

Art museums. The countryside.

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