Harry Drewes

Painter and Physicist

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From 20th November exhibition in Hamburg

Exhibition Kunstraum Farmsen 2019 - Rose Demant and Harry Drewes - Paintings

My next exhibition will be in the Gallery Kunstraum Farmsen, along with Rose Demant, from 20th Nov 2019 to 15th Jan 2020.

"From earthly landscapes and distant worlds - art meets physics"

Hamburger Volkshochschule
Berner Heerweg 183
22159 Hamburg
Vernissage on 20 Nov 2019 at 7.30 p.m.

opening hours: Mo-Fr 9.00 a.m. to 7.00 p.m.

New works

painting summer day - landscape abstract, Wulfsdorf near Hamburg

For the painting on the right side I put myself in a field, on a summer day in Ahrensburg near Hamburg. However, it has only been finished after many hours of painting in the studio. The pictures can also be found under the menu item painting. (Summer day, 50 x 80 cm, acrylic on canvas)

painting salt marsh, North Sea coast

I would have liked to paint there in nature, but the way was too difficult to take easel and colors with me. So I made a drawing (Salt marsh, 15 x 21 cm, calligraphy pen on paper) to capture my impression and many photos. The next day, still directly impressed by the experience, I painted. The picture can also be found under the menu item Painting. (Salt marsh, 40 x 60 cm, acrylic on canvas)

painting storm sun rain, North Sea, Hallig islands, triptych

At the beginning of the year 2018 the three paintings "storm, sunshine and rain" were created. Inspired by the often very fast changing weather at the German North Sea coast, the idea was born to devote a triptych to these forces of nature. It is a painting of inner landscapes, a world of ideas. I thought of the North Frisian Hallig islands and their inhabitants, who are so exposed to the weather. The pictures can also be found under the menu item Painting. (Storm, sunshine and rain, 45 x 105 cm, acrylic on canvas)

painting flowers garden abstract

The painting "late summer flower garden" I painted at the easel in the middle of a flower garden (Organic farm Gut Wulfsdorf in Ahrensburg near Hamburg). I concentrated on the colors, which I saw before me, to mix them as paints as accurately as possible on the pallet, and to bring them out of the impulse to the canvas. The shapes were at first secondary, but shapes sometimes emerge later - as if by themselves. The picture can also be found under the menu item Painting. (Late summer flower garden, 49 x 80 cm, acrylic on canvas)

Cloud over the wadden sea

I saw this big cloud over the wadden sea just before a thunderstorm came up. It had not started to rain yet and I could take a photo. The painting "Cloud over the wadden sea" was created a bit later in the atelier with my memories about the colors and contrasts of this dramatic moment. The picture can also be found under the menu item Painting. (Cloud over the wadden sea, 60 x 80 cm, acrylic on canvas)