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Jea Pics WGT 2020

What does your taste in Dark Art say about you?

Art is the color of life – we might or might not accept its importance in life, but it can still say a lot about personalities. If you prefer dark colors, black and white photography, there may be more than meets the eye. Your preference in art says a lot about your personality traits such …

HOPE by Jea Pics

HOPE – Series 2021

As 2021 comes to a close, a new vision arises. Like a light at the end of the tunnel, the future unfolds in the darkness. And as diverse as dreams can be, so is the shape of the light in the dark. This recent series is a compelling case for variations on a theme: Hope. …

Summer 2020 series – Deafening Silence

The world is burning, smoke arises from ruins looking like skeletons. As the sky turns yellow-orange the sound of death is getting hard to bear. It’s a deafening silence that comes after the flames. After all is said and done, human kindness is shattered in the face of it’s own destruction. Another world is breaking, …

Arcalidus - Corona Edition

A R C A L I D U S – Neurocreation

Introducing my new series: A R C A L I D U S – Been developing the idea for this for more than a year. Story Art: A million worlds live inside you She felt her body tingle with electricity as she accessed the information of the stars. The digital world was vast and infinite …

The New Riches – Conspicuous Corona Consumption

The experience of panic buying leads to people re-evaluating what they appreciate in everyday life. Once an item becomes scarce, it is definitely more appreciated than ever before! I know this because I had to search six different supermarkets for toilet paper and other basic products when the stores were sold out. Germany made Klopapier …

Jahresrückblick – Artist’s Review of the Year 2019

Even if this wasn’t exactly an easy year, I have much to be grateful for. I had my first International Art Fair at the very heart of Paris, but also exhibited in galleries – one of my pictures even made it to New York! I want to thank Susanne from BeuteltierArt Gallery in Leipzig for …

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