Acrylic and oil paintings of this Canadian artist I can study for hours. His style in abstracts and his techniques are amazingly piercing. Rudy Schneeweiss and his awesome landscapes.  

Rudy Schneeweiss was born 1943 in Brno, Czechoslovakia (now Czech Republic). From Czechoslovakia he first imigrates to Austria then moves to Canada, and now he lives and works as an artist and designer near Vancouver, B.C.

Here is what Rudy Schneeweiss says about his art:

 

“There are emotions which burn into your psyche like acid into the glass.

As a young boy I leafed through many art books absorbing images from pages in a blessed state of amazement. I did that often. It has captured me to this day and held me in suspended mercilessly in its claws; chewing on common opinions and rules seeded by my contact with society.

In my works on canvas I am seeking not only the images but also the feeling of elation, excitement and atmosphere of the moment I render. I try to enhance reality to higher points in the fashion most suitable employing pliable imagination without distortions to the final outcome. I create to please myself.

On my journey through styles and influences I ended up with complicated naturalisms which encompass almost everything; it is the beginning and without doubt also the end.

To experience and paint the reality is miraculous; to paint it as a self orchestrated scene is divine.”

Rudy Schneeweiss
Daybreak – Rudy Schneeweiss
Rudy Schneeweiss
Endless Time – Rudy Schneeweiss
Rudy Schneeweiss
Gypsy in almond orchard – Rudy Schneeweiss
Rudy Schneeweiss
John Steinbeck’s Salinas – Rudy Schneeweiss
Rudy Schneeweiss
Morning ferry from Nanaimo – Rudy Schneeweiss
Rudy Schneeweiss
October sunset – Rudy Schneeweiss
Rudy Schneeweiss
Silent audience – Rudy Schneeweiss
Rudy Schneeweiss
Weekend on the lake – Rudy Schneeweiss
Rudy Schneeweiss
Whispers of the moon – Rudy Schneeweiss
Zihuatanejo red – Rudy Schneeweiss
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