“Today, I still see my work from two different points of view. On the one hand, there is the creative process of creating which precedes the actual painting. An idea, an atmosphere, the drafts, the compositions and thoughts about all what the painting will contain, about all what the painting will be. On the other hand, there is the active process of creating that will realize the atmosphere and the idea. In case both go hand in hand together, I am satisfied with my work.“
Siegfried Zademack was born in 1952 in Bremen (Germany). At an early age, he acquired all the means of expression that even a master in this field - like Dali, for example – hardly possesses to a higher degree.
Freelance artist since 1980, Siegfried participated to numerous art shows of his work in Germany and internationally.
The semantic sources of his art are equally inspired by the past and the present. His true teachers were the masters of the early and late Italian Renaissance up to the Mannerists. His iconology presumes considerable knowledge of art history and politic.
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