Paul Grodhues

Paul Grodhues works out his hometown Saarbrücken, Germany.
Shaped and inspired by experiences with Latin American culture, his current body of work is referred to a storyline of Gabriel Garcia Marquez‘s novel ‚One Hundred Years of Solitude‘ and the one there recurring group of jugglers providing entertainment.
As Paul’s paintings evolve in a process of many layers and superimpositions, fragmentary elements are used in a targeted manner. Not always they are further worked out to concrete objects or figures but often end up abstract aswell.

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