Zettl landscape painting

simple painting with some ideas

painting of window with shutters
I recently presented a few drafts and sketches, ideas that should flow into my next exhibition on the subject of Covid-19. They were largely abstract. I was very pleased with the feedback, as it helped me to reflect on the topic better. Thank you!
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Out of the Blues into the Blue

Out of the Blues into the Blue
I'm still working on my exhibition on the subject of Covid-19 and have now started a few works that are not so abstract. Symbolism, archetypal elements and often stronger emphasis on the painterly are again in the foreground.
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landscapes by the water and in the mountains

monestary in the mountains
I consciously wanted to work on a boring landscape scene by the water. The first draft was too excited, too restless. In this second attempt I managed to capture a mood better. Actually, I wanted to convey more of the feeling that one has when an evening song or serenade is performed by the water in the early dusk.
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Drafts for the Corona series and questions about them

draft for corona series blinds
For one of my exhibitions, which will be shown in Vienna next year, I chose the topic around covid-19. I think this is a subject that might be of some interest. We all suffered and still suffer from it in one form or another and so I thought that it might be of interest to see how a painter experienced the time, but above all how he implemented the phenomenon artistically.
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painting about a love poem

landscape after Brecht poem Reminiscence of Marie A.
Lately I've started some work on clouds. The point is not to represent different cloud formations true to nature, but to give the clouds a meaning that goes beyond "being a cloud". Poem by Berthold Brecht.
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tryptich finished

mountain part or tryptich III
The title of this tryptich is mountain. In principle it shows 3 mountain peaks which together form a mountain. Just like the Chinese character for mountain 3 represents mountain peaks.
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