Augenweiden (Feast for the Eyes)

1972, Original Painting
110.5 x 48 in (280 x 121 cm)

Fred Weidmann’s ‘Psy-Art’ fuses a surrealist landscape within a fantasy setting. If studied closer, there is a menagerie of detailed fantastical wildlife embedded within the stony, green meadows. The somber haze that permeates the outland like a translucent soup, further enhancing a certain otherworldly energy.

Fred Weidmann ( 1938 - ).

Fred Weidmann paints the nature so that we can always experience it again and more splendidly. His pictures show how much we live in symbiosis with the essence of nature. We all dance on the gut of Mother Earth. He paints medicinal plants and mushrooms, as if we could recognize the world through their senses. His work speaks of the joy of living and loving.
Alfred Rudolf Weidmann (born 21 January 1938 in Herisau, Switzerland) is an artist and sociologist. He has lived in Munich, Germany since 1983.
Life and Work
From 1957 to 1970 he studied in the United States and Germany anatomy, sociology and communication research and completed his doctorate in 1970 at the University of Cologne Dr. ere. Pole. From 1965 to 1971 he worked as a sociologist at the Institute for Communication Science at the University of Bonn, forcing on misunderstanding research.
Exhibitions and Gallery Participations
• Cologne (architecture gallery)
• Basel
• Zurich
• Paris (Galerie Carpentier)
• Madrid (Galerie Carpentier)
• Munich (Galerie Brochier 1994)
• Miami Beach (1998)
• New York (Art Expo 1980, 1981)
• New York (Erotics Gallery)
• Lisbon (1998: German-Portuguese Cultural Week, within the framework of the World Exhibition
• Munich (1999: Galliano Art Gallery, Pro Familia, Natura Naturans)
• Garmisch (Cultural Center, Oct. 99)
• Basel (ECBS, Nov. 99)

Available

Price
$20,000