Swiss artist Andy Denzler depicts a hazy, abstract world in these oil on canvas paintings. The works are a collection of muted scenes, distorted by smears of brushstrokes and blurs of paint. Viewing his work is like trying to draw on a fuzzy memory or make sense of a low-resolution photograph on a computer screen.
The basic form of each subject is clear, but the details challenge the viewer's perception of reality. There is a strong conflict between abstraction and concrete reality that is absolutely captivating. Through this unique style, Denzler provides his viewers with an unexpected blur of textures and colors that “play with notions of memory and observation” and form a visual lexicon of his personal interpretation of the world.