December 30, 2008

Jürgen Görg

(Not my work, by the way...)

I experienced spring skiing in December yesterday! Drove all the way to the mountain to find it raining and slushy, so after two runs down the hill I threw my gear back in the car and pulled out my backpack of books and pencils.

Little mountain towns are perfect sketching locations, so I wasn't too upset about the lack of boarding. While looking for a comfy café I stumbled across an art gallery. They had the usual mass-audience style of work for sale, bar one artist: Jürgen Görg.

Görg is a German artist who uses inspiration from lovers, dancers, musicians, and masked personages to create loose and free graphite/oil figures. These pictures can hardly do the paintings justice, as it seems he has created a new medium. His oil work is so thin it could be confused with watercolour, and he isn't afraid to show his searching line in the rough stages. He is showcased in galleries internationally, so hopefully you'll get a chance to see his work in person.


Khoi Mai said...

nice find, bookmarked!

Andrew Murray said...


Yuriy Sivers said...

Hey Jamie!

Phone Tag indeed!

I have lots of fun stuff that you can work on too. I'm testing my first scene this week, after that I'll have plenty of scenes that i need help with.

Plus I'll also teach you some software that you can use next year.

Cheers and High Five!