Friederike Oeser

Tournament

5,000.00
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Tournament

5,000.00

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Friederike Oeser

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Tournament

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

Tournament

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

Painting on the grounds of a castle in Stuttgart, I glance back and forth from my paper to the ever-changing scene in front of me. My eyes quickly observe, take a mental picture, and I continue to paint. I’m not really taking in the whole scene, just snapshots of what is before me I want to include. The rhythm is steady, the method precise, like a hummingbird sipping small bits of nectar from a flower. Look--choose an image--paint. A steady ryhthm that remains unchanged and unbroken as I move across the field of everything I see in front of me.

I look up. Someone passes by on a bike. Paint.

A young couple in love sitting under very old trees. Paint.

A large sign that says „Tournament.“ Paint.

I’m done. One last glance completes the image, and also gives it a name.