Friederike Oeser

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Imagination Meets Reality 1

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Imagination Meets Reality 1

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Friederike Oeser

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Imagination Meets Reality 1

PAINTING

Oil pastel on paper
Original work signed by the Artist
Created on 170 g acid free and age resistant Hahnemühle™ paper
40 cm x 40 cm, or 15.75 x 15.75 inches, unframed
66 x 66 cm, 26 x 26 inches, framed

FRAME

Designed by Friederike Oeser with Jacqueline and Ken Ernst
1-1/8” wide white Roma Moulding lacquer
2-Crescent™ off white 8-ply mats
Mounted using Mylar corners on Artcare Foam Core Board™
Tru Vue Museum® glass, for maximum clarity with 99% UV protection

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Free shipping in the United States. Please contact us for sales outside the U.S.

Friederike Oeser

TRAVEL DIARY SERIES

Imagination Meets Reality 1

PAINTING

Oil pastel on paper
Original work signed by the Artist
Created on 170 g acid free and age resistant Hahnemühle™ paper
40 cm x 40 cm, or 15.75 x 15.75 inches, unframed
66 x 66 cm, 26 x 26 inches, framed

FRAME

Designed by Friederike Oeser with Jacqueline and Ken Ernst
1-1/8” wide white Roma Moulding lacquer
2-Crescent™ off white 8-ply mats
Mounted using Mylar corners on Artcare Foam Core Board™
Tru Vue Museum® glass, for maximum clarity with 99% UV protection

Artist Summary

Art fairs, by their very nature, are wonderful and bustling kinds of places, full of all sorts of creativity. However one year, while the famous Art Karlsruhe Fair was going on, I decided to work in a secluded room inside the ZKM Center for Art and Media, away from the main activity.

On exhibition that day in the ZKM, which is dedicated to the display of classical art in the digital age, were works from the collection of Ingvild Goetz in a show entitled Imagination Becomes Reality. Part of the collection also included fascinating sculptures by Thomas Scheibitz.

I started to think about what it means for me, as a sculptor, to bring a creation to life, so I decided to chronicle the process by compressing three dimensions into two, which opened my own imagination to a new reality. These two paintings are the result.