Uwe Haybach (born
in 1956) learnt the visualization of artistic ideas from Paul-Gerhard
Bertrams, a master student of Otto Pankok. Essential element of his
education was the renunciation of the details, the equivalent of the
turning to abstraction and insubstantiality. He consciously replaced
these tools by virtual canvases, brushes, pencils and colours in 2003.
He is using experimental working techniques which correlate the virtual
instruments over and over again.
“For me painting means to create a harmonic accord between
art and life by means of the integration of the physical aspects of a
picture und the immaterial components of the observing individual into
one level of interpretation.”