Daniel Buchner Art – Minimalism Extra Large – The Truth Is In The Details
A series of colorful, minimalist, geometric artworks in large scale. Designed to evoke a feeling of peace, calm and balance. Zoom in and find truth in the smallest of details. A vision of harmony expressed in form and color.
About the series:
Dutchman Daniel Buchner (1984) presents a new series of colorful, minimalist, geometric artworks in large scale. Minimalism – Extra Large is designed to evoke a feeling of peace, calm and balance in these times of global pandemic and hardship. Daniel’s work is heavily inspired by great Dutch “De Stijl” masters: Piet Mondrian, Theo van Doesburg and Gerrit Rietveld. Like his De Stijl counterparts, Daniel pursues a vision of spiritual harmony. Although you will find more colors in Daniels palette. Working merely Red, Blue, Yellow, Black and White won’t go down with the digital, full color generation. Daniel invites you to really zoom in and find his truth and balance in the smallest of details.
About Daniel Buchner Art:
Daniel Buchner is an autodidact, digital native artist. His works are created 100% digitally. Yes by computer rather than by paint. As he likes to state: “no pencils, no stains, no mess.” And as such there are virtually no limitations to sizing, printing and framing options. His workflow came into fruition by accident. But the results are anything but. He takes minuscule pictures of inspiring photographs, art pieces, natural landscapes and such. Then he takes out all color gradients, this way hard edged colour pixels remain. After that he edits, rearranges, cuts, pastes and combines – composes, if you will – these pixels to become new works of art. Always following the guidelines of true abstraction. Preferring the hard, straight line above the soft, gentle curve. His work has been described as: architectural art, a new Neoplasticism, 21st Century Bauhaus and New Objectivity for the Digital Generation. Titles of his compositions always refer to the original work he pictured. This way the old always stays connected to the new. Capturing the present perpetually. And – true to the laws of De Stijl – leaving straight lines, form and colour speak for themselves.
Styles of presented artworks:
Digital Abstraction, Hard-edge Painting, Minimalism Painting, Post-painterly Abstraction
TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE ARTWORK
Used technique and materials:
All works are created digitally and are printed as giclee fine art prints on canvas.
The binding method:
Giclee fine art print. Streched on wood and canvas frame.
Available artwork dimensions:
Meduim: up to 120 cm / 48inch, Large: over 120cm / 48inch
Daniel Buchner Art – The Truth Is In The Details