‘The Janus-faced’ by Boje Arndt Kiesiel

£375.00

Artist: Boje Arndt Kiesiel
Title: ‘The Janus-faced’
Medium: Acrylic on artist’s board on MDF
Dimensions: 5.9″ x 5.9″
Framing: Framed in a black floater frame with silver border (frame size: 6.9″ x 6.9″)
Year of Creation: 2022
Artwork Will Ship From:
Germany

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‘The Janus-faced’ by Boje Arndt Kiesiel

Artist: Boje Arndt Kiesiel
Title: ‘The Janus-faced’
Medium: Acrylic on artist’s board on MDF
Dimensions: 5.9″ x 5.9″
Framing: Framed in a black floater frame with silver border (frame size: 6.9″ x 6.9″)
Year of Creation: 2022
Artwork Will Ship From:
Germany

About the Artwork:

“Mythical characters, chimaeras and Janus-faced creatures are often subjects in my paintings. I like the ambiguity that become visible, if the viewer take a moment and let the eyes wander through the shapeshifting forms. The little fellows mostly appear in a horde and can be cute or spooky or something else. I see them as a reflection of different feelings.” – Boje Arndt Kiesiel

About the Artist:

(Artist Bio)

Boje Arndt Kiesiel is a self-taught visual artist, with professional qualifications as sign painter and camera operator. After he started to experiment with graffiti in 1989-1991, the acquaintance with a classical painter put him in touch with the history of classic art and its various forms of expression. Kiesiel began to work in different techniques, explored drawing, painting and photography, and later started building sculptures and objects. His paintings address the subconscious and stimulate deep layers of perception with seemingly objective forms that yet cannot be grasped. Within colorful surfaces that appear to be abstract at first sight he shapes figures and scenes that become visible only on closer examination.