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Painting is silent poetry, and poetry is painting that speaks. Simonides

Hans Feyerabend

Hans Feyerabend

Feyerabend, originally from Berlin, combines European tradition with American boldness. The subjects he tackles are never just planned compositions, and the process of creation is as important as the final product. In his unconventional works he lets emotion and intellect collide. No matter the size or subject, the images each possess a riveting narrative quality. They beckon a journey... through elaborated combinations of color and shape.

Hans Feyerabend’s media are oil and acrylic painting, mixed media, sculpture and occasionally installations and design.

His subjects are often fictitious portraits, sometimes animals or landscapes. “I am very interested in people; what their looks stand for, how they would like to be seen and how they are actually perceived by others. And how that struggle can be translated into visual art.”

Feyerabend won many awards and his work is widely published. His paintings are collected on 5 continents and is currently on public display in Florida and Germany. Since 1998 he resides in Miami.

1987-92 Kunsthochschule Berlin Weissensee

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