Print on paper behind plexiglass, mounted on dibond
Edition of 8
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Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
A courtyard in Hamburg Germany was the starting point of this composition. I was enchanted by all the lines and windows around and the clouds above. To enhance this magical sensation I enlarged the perspective depth into the middle of the composition and blended in a cloud in front.
This is a ready to hang artwork. It is a photographic print on high-quality paper behind plexiglass (Diasec) in museum quality finish. The plexiglass provides remarkable depth and brilliance to the art work. For extra stability, it has an aluminium Dibond back panel and a hidden wall mount frame.
Medium size limited edition of 8, personally signed and certified.
Ready for shipment after production and verification: about 7-8 days
The same work is also available in two additional sizes:
Large: 120 x 120 cm / 47 x 47 inches (print behind plexiglass, including frame)
Small size: Image size is 45 x 45 cm / 17.7 x 17.7 inches (Pigment print on paper)
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Last Updated Apr 25, 2022
Based in: Almere (near Amsterdam)
I am a Dutch artist that lives and works in Almere (near Amsterdam). In 1990 I graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Tilburg (NL) in painting, drawing and photography. Since the development of digital photography my camera and the computer have become my main tools for creation. Rhythm, colour and geometry are recurring themes in my photographic work and architecture has proven to be an ideal subject for this. As a photographer. I am attracted by the abstract, rhythmic expression of buildings. It is my aim to captivate the viewers by feasts of dancing shadows, sunlit reflections or colour combinations. I hope that through my work they will learn to appreciate and enjoy the visual music that surrounds us. – Paul Brouns
The Music of Architecture
My motto "the music of architecture" stands for the artistic desire to communicate the abstract beauty of buildings. In the abstraction I see an important parallel with instrumental music. Terms like rhythm, composition, texture, scale and colour can be used to describe the feeling of my work, but it also can be applied to describe music. I try to visualise the sensation of a building as purely as possible: many images show façades that are completely frontal and fill the entire composition, so the rhythm and shallow depth of the building surface plays the main role. In other works the perspective depth and its converging lines play an important role. A third element is using my photographic elements to create a new reality. What unites these different elements is my aim to captivate the viewers by feasts of dancing shadows, sunlit reflections or colour combinations, so they will also learn to enjoy the music our urban world has to offer.
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