Vacation and a photograph are the inspiration for this painting, which transfers the viewer to the Adriatic Coast. We run alongside Valentina and enjoy the shore, the sun, the ocean and endless freedom. An invitation to dream and to feel at ease.
A picture for the ages – the old railway bridge in Linz!
“There’s something in a bridge that strikes a chord in me. Any bridge that is torn down leaves a void that can never again be filled.“
In 2016 the 116-year-old historical railway bridge in Linz had to be dismantled due to its poor condition and replaced with a new structure. Since I have a special bond to bridges of all kinds, I felt the need to preserve the view for posterity. The result is an enormous oil painting of the old “Iron Lady” titled the “Linz Railway Bridge”
Oil portrait of an Albanian Baresha who is not as traditional as it seems.
Colorful portrait of an Albanian shepherdess. She looks more like an Albanian princess than a shepherdess. I want to show that the most important thing in life is not what kind of work you do, but how happy it makes you. This picture has been selected for the 1st Biennale of Creativity in Verona in February 2014.
Paintings should evoke specific emotions and capture a special moment . African Dance radiates joy of life and impresses with a firework of colors. Who does not want to join in this beautiful, life affirming laughter?
Gazmend Freitag sees his fellow artist Sonjuschka as the subjective embodiment of the modern feminine ideal of beauty: her shoulder-length blonde hair, charming and with much heart and soul. His colleague’s passion for dance has been captured in a sensitive style.
In mythology, the eagle is linked with the sun. Its power, strength and radiance make it the world’s most important emblem, right after the lion. The eagle not only rules the air, but is also a totem animal. All of this is expressed in this wonderful painting.
The Nibelungen bridge in Linz
A bridge that links the past to the future. At one end, where the bridge runs between houses and opens into the main square, the allied occupying forces put their military post. After they withdrew, the bridge and its mighty pillars remained. They thrust themselves into the viewer’s eyes, just like the blue of the river, which oscillates between light and dark and merges in some areas into a shimmering and friendly white.
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