Thomas Gabriel

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- Home country: Germany -

The artist’s works express how he sees, feels and experiences the world.

Emotions are expressed, the challenge to work with different materials enjoyed – every now and then even with soapstone.

The contradicting views he had when he began drawing provided him with an opportunity of living through different experiences.
Drawing means creative work, immersion, mindfulness, concentration and patience.

His drawings as well as his works in acrylics and stone reflect the path he has taken.

Trost (Feb 2014, Charcoal on paper, 30x30cm)
Spicy (July 2016, Graphit and crayon on paper, 230 x 30cm)
Pluie (Dec 2016, acrylic on canvas, 40 x 60cm)

Pompiliu Constantinescu

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- Home country: România -

is a self-taught artist currently Brussels-based. His genuine interest in painting arises from his childhood in a family with a passion for arts. His first group exhibition in 2002 was the source of inspiration for new experiences in drawing and painting.

Pompiliu (MBA and PhD in Management) was a manager in multinationals and public administration institutions in different European countries.
Pompiliu’s portraits, still-lifes and landscapes reveal an intriguing level of mastering colors, shapes and perspectives. With every new painting, he is trying to gain a higher degree of abstract expression.

In this exhibition, you will find older works and a recent one, Brussels impressions, a transformational approach of the way Brussels shaped him after one year.

Brussels Fractal Impressions
Palma de Majorca, 2002 (oil on wooden cartoon, 50x30)
Church in Maldaresti, 2003, oil on canvas, 35x45 cm