Stadtschwingung – Oil on Canvas 2019
The oil painting “Stadtschwingung” depicts a fictitious city that appears to be reflected on the horizon, suggesting the resonant vibration of city life. The title of the painting provides clues about its theme. Cool, blue colors create a calm yet powerful atmosphere, while dynamic buildings on the canvas give rise to a vibration. The buildings’ diverse shapes and sizes create a certain restlessness and tension, which, in combination with the color scheme, generate an intriguing mood. The reflected city in the water background seems surreal, lending the painting a mysterious touch. The viewer feels drawn to this magical, unreal city that exerts an inexplicable attraction.
Bended Corner – Watercolor 2021
In 2021, Stefan Eisele painted the work “Bended Corner”. The painting features a geometric surface that winds around the corner from the left side of the picture, which is visible in the foreground. Additionally, a small orange surface is situated next to the larger geometric surface, providing the viewer with a fixed point through the bright orange color. Eisele contrasted the two clearly outlined forms with a broken surface that has a dripping gradient and a pattern drawn in white. The background of the painting is kept calm with blue and brown color transitions.
Transitional City – Watercolor 2021
The work entitled “Transitional City” belongs to the series “Endless City” and was created in 2021. Depicted is a cityscape that is divided by curved fine ink lines or even “cut”. The skyscrapers are surrounded by red, yellow and dark brown areas that merge into each other and form color areas. Through the combination of line, color area and skyscrapers Eisele creates a dynamic and energetic composition.
Dusk – Watercolor 2021
Stefan Eisele painted “Dusk” in 2021 as a watercolor work from the series “Endless City”. In this piece, he revisits the theme of the city, which he considers one of his main themes. The painting features skyscrapers in front of a blue background, with Eisele using a reed pen and black ink to create the buildings. The watered-down spilling of the black ink into the color surface breaks the partially hard outer contours of the buildings.
Imtersected Turns – Watercolor 2021
The work titled “Intersected Turns” was created in 2021 and is one of the more recent Watercolor paintings by Stefan Eisele from this year. The abstract motif is placed centrally in the picture and shows color areas that are limited by finely curved lines. Eisele has used for this reed pen and black ink. As colors he used the complementary colors orange and blue – two colors that the artist favors in his work.
Unresolved – Watercolor 2021
Stefan Eisele painted “Unresolved”, a watercolor work from the series “Transitions” in 2021. The abstract form situates centrally on the sheet and displays three color areas of the primary colors red, yellow and blue in the foreground. Eisele connects the color areas compositionally using fine ink lines drawn with a reed pen.
Window – Oil on canvas 2021
“Windowed” is an oil painting by Stefan Eisele that portrays a surreal scene featuring a person with a window as a head standing in front of an abstract landscape.
The background of the painting consists of an abstract landscape featuring repeating windows scattered throughout a blue skyscraper. The colors used in this landscape are predominantly shades of blue and brown-orange, creating a calming and serene atmosphere.
Eisele’s favorite colors, blue and orange, are prominently featured in this piece, creating a cohesive and harmonious composition. The painting’s overall effect is dreamlike and surreal, inviting the viewer to contemplate the relationship between people and the world around them.
City distrcit – Oil on canvas 2021
Fragmentation – Oil on canvas 2019
The oil painting “Fragmentation” portrays two silhouettes of persons splitting into fragments. The painting features a blue and orange color scheme, where blue represents a cool and calming presence, and orange represents a warm and energetic presence. The figures’ fragmentation suggests disintegration or breaking apart, which can symbolize the fragility of relationships or fluidity of identity. Bright, bold colors add to the energy and movement depicted in the painting. The abstract forms of the figures allow viewers to interpret the painting’s meaning in their own way. “Fragmentation” invites contemplation of change and transformation, making it a thought-provoking and visually striking work.
City complex – Oil on canvas 2019
The oil painting titled “City Complex” depicts fragments of a city dissolving into yellow, orange, and blue hues. The colors blend together, creating a dynamic and energetic atmosphere. The city parts flow into each other, emphasizing the beauty of urban life. The painting highlights the repetitive nature of a city through the basic shape of a square seen throughout it. The different colors and shapes of the buildings and streets break up this repetition. The abstract representation of the city creates a surreal atmosphere that invites viewers to interpret the painting on their own.
Chance oder Dystopie – Oil on canvas 2018
Stefan Eisele’s acrylic painting, “Chance or Dystopia,” features two silhouettes standing in front of a city that appears to be falling apart. The painting’s predominantly blue and orange color palette creates a dramatic, almost dystopian atmosphere. The two silhouettes appear to be waiting or preparing for something as they gaze out over a city that seems to be in a state of destruction. Eisele uses a technique of constructing some of the city’s lines and blurring others to convey the impression that the city is not only structurally decayed, but also in its social structure.
Hidden cat – Oil on canvas 2017
Bridge – Oil on canvas 2018
Stadtleben II – 70 cm x 49 cm Acryl on canvas 2017
View through the window – 160 cm x 90 cm
“View through the window” is an acrylic painting by Stefan Eisele. It captures the essence of a serene view through an abstract window. The painting features warm orange and cool blue colors, creating a harmonious contrast. The abstract window dominates the foreground with bold lines and geometric shapes. The window shows a scenic landscape with trees, hills, and a distant horizon visible in the background.