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Mixed Media & Digital Art by Ludwig Wagner produced for Minimalism Workshop 2013 in the Solo Exhibitions Group on Redbubble. A translation of a photograph by Kasia-D with drawings, sketches, watercolour & digital media. 6 favouritings
TOP TEN in #1 FAVOURITES Mixed Media Challenge 22nd May 2013

Crossing of the Ways by Kasia-D

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iphoneography, watercolour

Ludwig’s multi-faceted life experience is reflected in his art. He produces work inspired by people, objects and places – past, present and imaginary.
He was born in South Africa where he studied Art at the University of Pretoria. Ludwig worked for a few years as a teacher and then in the film industry, one of the passions of his life. He now lives in London and runs a creative agency focused on design and advertising.
www.zuluspice.com

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  • F.A. Moore
    F.A. Mooreabout 1 year ago
    I’m very much reminded of the essence of life. On the micro level, this could almost be a slide in a Microbiology presentation focused on cytology; I love that about it. On the macro level, I see earth’s fissures and corn’s silken threads. Very interesting and well done.

    This must be seen large, to appreciate the shapes and textures underlying the work.

  • Thank you Frannie, your feedback means a lot! Much appreciated

    – Ludwig Wagner

  • Elizabeth Bravo
    Elizabeth Bravoabout 1 year ago

    This is fantastic. I love the energy and the movement.LOVE it!!! Glad to have you be a part of the workshop!!
    What a great job!!

  • thank you very much, it was great to be part of the workshop, and great to be part of the group too!

    – Ludwig Wagner

  • Kasia-D
    Kasia-Dabout 1 year ago

    Ludwig, the results are amazing. Such strong earthy colours, and you’ve manage to bring those lines to the surface that were traced in the landscape over the centuries whether by nature, farmers or road builders. Uncanny and very good!!

  • Thanks Kasia, I am really happy that you like the end result. Thanks again for allowing me to translate it. This workshop has given me focus and lots of ideas!

    – Ludwig Wagner

  • Robin King
    Robin Kingabout 1 year ago

    Oh, my gosh…it’s humming and twinkling and fizzing with energy!! And it’s beautiful!!!! What a marvel this is!!
    ::applause::

  • you’re VERY kind! thank you. much appreciated.

    – Ludwig Wagner

  • Terri Maddock
    Terri Maddockabout 1 year ago

    Wow – this is beautiful Ludwig

  • thank you Terri!

    – Ludwig Wagner

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