I think I should be getting back to posting about my artwork before people forget that I am a artist, lol.
Here is a small painting that is a little unusual, since it is sort of very abstract, with just a reference to a landscape in the title. The technique is closely related to Decalcomania, pioneered by the Surrealists Max Ernst and Óscar Domínguez. The "Inner Landscape" I allude to stems from Der Innere Erdteil by Albert Paris Gütersloh who was professor at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste and the teacher of the 5 great artists of the Vienna School of Fantastic Realism (Wiener Schule des Phantastischen Realismus).
go to the image on my Flickr - right click and select 'open in new tab'
on my website:
Original artwork in he Collection of Dr. Cornelia Mensdorff-Pouilly, Vienna, Austria, the Director of the Ernst Fuchs Museum
Prints are available in my Pixels Store where you would also find a lot of related merchandise, such as:
and many more .........
Some time ago I had even used details from this painting to create the design for a scarf, available in my VIDA Signature Design Shop:
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at the Ernst Fuchs Museum