JANES 
HAID-SCHMALLENBERG

JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG

JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG

JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG

JANES HAID-
SCHMALLENBERG

Studio Views

Studio Views

Studio Views

Studio Views

Studio Views

Explore more about the artists, his working place
and his new series of works
 

 


Explore more about the artists, his working place
and his new series of works
 

 


Explore more about the artists, his working place
and his new series of works
 

 


Explore more about the artists, his working place
and his new series of works

Explore more about the artists, his working place
and his new series of works

THE BEAUTIFUL AND THE BIZARRE 

THE BEAUTIFUL AND THE BIZARRE 

THE BEAUTIFUL AND THE BIZARRE 

THE BEAUTIFUL AND THE BIZARRE 

THE BEAUTIFUL AND THE BIZARRE 

SETAREH is pleased to present Studio Views, a new online series displaying recent works of artists represented by the gallery. This Viewing Room highlights the latest works by Janes Haid-Schmallenberg.

Janes Haid-Schmallenberg creates paintings in which the narrative is riddled with hyperbatons. Leaving the considered normal way of telling a story aside, the artist is interested in the movement within the compositions. The eyes move from one figure to the next, opening with each stare questions on the action, the physique and the narrative. The elements never stand out for themselves; they are interconnected. As Charles Baudelaire said ‘’the beautiful is always bizarre’’ and it is exactly that apparent random composition what retains the gaze in Haid-Schmallenberg’s work.

 


SETAREH is pleased to present Studio Views, a new online series displaying recent works of artists represented by the gallery. This Viewing Room highlights the latest works by Janes Haid-Schmallenberg.

Janes Haid-Schmallenberg creates paintings in which the narrative is riddled with hyperbatons. Leaving the considered normal way of telling a story aside, the artist is interested in the movement within the compositions. The eyes move from one figure to the next, opening with each stare questions on the action, the physique and the narrative. The elements never stand out for themselves; they are interconnected and because they are, they make sense. As Charles Baudelaire said ‘’the beautiful is always bizarre’’ and it is exactly that apparent random composition what retains the gaze in Haid-Schmallenberg’s work.

 


SETAREH is pleased to present Studio Views, a new online series displaying recent works of artists represented by the gallery. This Viewing Room highlights the latest works by Janes Haid-Schmallenberg.

Janes Haid-Schmallenberg creates paintings in which the narrative is riddled with hyperbatons. Leaving the considered normal way of telling a story aside, the artist is interested in the movement within the compositions. The eyes move from one figure to the next, opening with each stare questions on the action, the physique and the narrative. The elements never stand out for themselves; they are interconnected and because they are, they make sense. As Charles Baudelaire said ‘’the beautiful is always bizarre’’ and it is exactly that apparent random composition what retains the gaze in Haid-Schmallenberg’s work.

 


SETAREH is pleased to present Studio Views, a new online series displaying recent works of artists represented by the gallery. This Viewing Room highlights the latest works by Janes Haid-Schmallenberg.

Janes Haid-Schmallenberg creates paintings in which the narrative is riddled with hyperbatons. Leaving the considered normal way of telling a story aside, the artist is interested in the movement within the compositions. The eyes move from one figure to the next, opening with each stare questions on the action, the physique and the narrative. The elements never stand out for themselves; they are interconnected and because they are, they make sense. As Charles Baudelaire said ‘’the beautiful is always bizarre’’ and it is exactly that apparent random composition what retains the gaze in Haid-Schmallenberg’s work.

 


SETAREH is pleased to present Studio Views, a new online series displaying recent works of artists represented by the gallery. This Viewing Room highlights the latest works by Janes Haid-Schmallenberg.

Janes Haid-Schmallenberg creates paintings in which the narrative is riddled with hyperbatons. Leaving the considered normal way of telling a story aside, the artist is interested in the movement within the compositions. The eyes move from one figure to the next, opening with each stare questions on the action, the physique and the narrative. The elements never stand out for themselves; they are interconnected and because they are, they make sense. As Charles Baudelaire said ‘’the beautiful is always bizarre’’ and it is exactly that apparent random composition what retains the gaze in Haid-Schmallenberg’s work.

 


Janes Haid-Schmallenberg Backup 2020 Oil and acrylic on canvas 145 x 130 cm

 
Backup 
2020 
Oil, acrylic,
flashe on canvas
145 x 130 cm

6.600 EUR

 
Backup 
2020 
Oil, acrylic,
flashe on canvas
145 x 130 cm

6.600 EUR


Backup 
2020 
Oil, acrylic,
flashe on canvas
145 x 130 cm

6.600 EUR

 
Backup 
2020 
Oil, acrylic,
flashe on canvas
145 x 130 cm

6.600 EUR

 
Backup 
2020 
Oil, acrylic,
flashe on canvas
145 x 130 cm

6.600 EUR

After working on a series of sculptures, Haid-Schmallenberg brings a new mindset to his paintings. Working on sculptures required patience and dedicating several days to one artwork without seeing the result until the very end. Painting, on the other hand, implies immediacy. As it has a direct result, it allowed the artist to focus on action, portraying concepts quickly and in a pragmatic way. But in these new works, Janes Haid-Schmallenberg translates the slower tempo, experienced in the tactile media, to the canvas.

The ideas, which were previously expressed with quick gestures of oil paint on the canvas, are now extended in time, pursuing a greater development on colour, brightness and texture. 
 

After working on a series of sculptures, Haid-Schmallenberg brings a new mindset to his paintings. Working on sculptures required patience and dedicating several days to one artwork without seeing the result until the very end. Painting, on the other hand, implies immediacy. As it has a direct result, it allowed the artist to focus on action, portraying concepts quickly and in a pragmatic way. But in these new works, Janes Haid-Schmallenberg translates the slower tempo, experienced in the tactile media, to the canvas.

The ideas, which were previously expressed with quick gestures of oil paint on the canvas, are now extended in time, pursuing a greater development on colour, brightness and texture. 
 

After working on a series of sculptures, Haid-Schmallenberg brings a new mindset to his paintings. Working on sculptures required patience and dedicating several days to one artwork without seeing the result until the very end. Painting, on the other hand, implies immediacy. As it has a direct result, it allowed the artist to focus on action, portraying concepts quickly and in a pragmatic way. But in these new works, Janes Haid-Schmallenberg translates the slower tempo, experienced in the tactile media, to the canvas.

The ideas, which were previously expressed with quick gestures of oil paint on the canvas, are now extended in time, pursuing a greater development on colour, brightness and texture. 
 

After working on a series of sculptures, Haid-Schmallenberg brings a new mindset to his paintings. Working on sculptures required patience and dedicating several days to one artwork without seeing the result until the very end. Painting, on the other hand, implies immediacy. As it has a direct result, it allowed the artist to focus on action, portraying concepts quickly and in a pragmatic way. But in these new works, Janes Haid-Schmallenberg translates the slower tempo, experienced in the tactile media, to the canvas.

The ideas, which were previously expressed with quick gestures of oil paint on the canvas, are now extended in time, pursuing a greater development on colour, brightness and texture. 
 

After working on a series of sculptures, Haid-Schmallenberg brings a new mindset to his paintings. Working on sculptures required patience and dedicating several days to one artwork without seeing the result until the very end. Painting, on the other hand, implies immediacy. As it has a direct result, it allowed the artist to focus on action, portraying concepts quickly and in a pragmatic way. But in these new works, Janes Haid-Schmallenberg translates the slower tempo, experienced in the tactile media, to the canvas.

The ideas, which were previously expressed with quick gestures of oil paint on the canvas, are now extended in time, pursuing a greater development on colour, brightness and texture. 
 

The pictorial space of the canvas serves as a stage for Janes Haid-Schmallenberg’s painting technique. The protagonists, fantasy creatures, pets and human-like faces are structured by the abstract colour textured surfaces and its characteristic interiors. In a chaotic, but at the same time studied way, every component of the painting has its own place. Layers of different pigmental structures, whether in Haid-Schmallenbergs paintings or sculptures, shape the artworks’ surface. Each in their individual style, express a variety of aesthetic experiences through their unique visuality.

The pictorial space of the canvas serves as a stage for Janes Haid-Schmallenberg’s painting technique. The protagonists, fantasy creatures, pets and human-like faces are structured by the abstract colour textured surfaces and its characteristic interiors. In a chaotic, but at the same time studied way, every component of the painting has its own place. Layers of different pigmental structures, whether in Haid-Schmallenbergs paintings or sculptures, shape the artworks’ surface. Each in their individual style, express a variety of aesthetic experiences through their unique visuality.

The pictorial space of the canvas serves as a stage for Janes Haid-Schmallenberg’s painting technique. The protagonists, fantasy creatures, pets and human-like faces are structured by the abstract colour textured surfaces and its characteristic interiors. In a chaotic, but at the same time studied way, every component of the painting has its own place. Layers of different pigmental structures, whether in Haid-Schmallenbergs paintings or sculptures, shape the artworks’ surface. Each in their individual style, express a variety of aesthetic experiences through their unique visuality.

The pictorial space of the canvas serves as a stage for Janes Haid-Schmallenberg’s painting technique. The protagonists, fantasy creatures, pets and human-like faces are structured by the abstract colour textured surfaces and its characteristic interiors. In a chaotic, but at the same time studied way, every component of the painting has its own place. Layers of different pigmental structures, whether in Haid-Schmallenbergs paintings or sculptures, shape the artworks’ surface. Each in their individual style, express a variety of aesthetic experiences through their unique visuality.

The pictorial space of the canvas serves as a stage for Janes Haid-Schmallenberg’s painting technique. The protagonists, fantasy creatures, pets and human-like faces are structured by the abstract colour textured surfaces and its characteristic interiors. In a chaotic, but at the same time studied way, every component of the painting has its own place. Layers of different pigmental structures, whether in Haid-Schmallenbergs paintings or sculptures, shape the artworks’ surface. Each in their individual style, express a variety of aesthetic experiences through their unique visuality.

Picknick
2020
Oil on canvas
120 x 100 cm

SOLD

Picknick
2020
Oil on canvas
120 x 100 cm

SOLD

Picknick
2020
Oil on canvas
120 x 100 cm

SOLD

Picknick
2020
Oil on canvas
120 x 100 cm

SOLD

Picknick
2020
Oil on canvas
120 x 100 cm

SOLD

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Janes Haid-Schmallenberg tackles the tendencies that humans tend to follow. The up-do-date atmosphere makes the viewer want to linger a bit longer. The reality of the elements is challenged through colour, as the artist uses it as a tool to separate objects and beings from their reality. Tonalities that far from assuring them on the scene, liberate their shapes from its canon.

Janes Haid-Schmallenberg tackles the tendencies that humans tend to follow. The up-do-date atmosphere makes the viewer want to linger a bit longer. The reality of the elements is challenged through colour, as the artist uses it as a tool to separate objects and beings from their reality. Tonalities that far from assuring them on the scene, liberate their shapes from its canon.

Janes Haid-Schmallenberg tackles the tendencies that humans tend to follow. The up-do-date atmosphere makes the viewer want to linger a bit longer. The reality of the elements is challenged through colour, as the artist uses it as a tool to separate objects and beings from their reality. Tonalities that far from assuring them on the scene, liberate their shapes from its canon.

Janes Haid-Schmallenberg tackles the tendencies that humans tend to follow. The up-do-date atmosphere makes the viewer want to linger a bit longer. The reality of the elements is challenged through colour, as the artist uses it as a tool to separate objects and beings from their reality. Tonalities that far from assuring them on the scene, liberate their shapes from its canon.

Janes Haid-Schmallenberg tackles the tendencies that humans tend to follow. The up-do-date atmosphere makes the viewer want to linger a bit longer. The reality of the elements is challenged through colour, as the artist uses it as a tool to separate objects and beings from their reality. Tonalities that far from assuring them on the scene, liberate their shapes from its canon.

2020_peripherie_oiloncanvas_100x80

periphery
2020 
Oil on canvas
100 x 80 cm

SOLD

periphery
2020 
Oil on canvas
100 x 80 cm

SOLD

periphery
2020 
Oil on canvas
100 x 80 cm

SOLD

periphery
2020 
Oil on canvas
100 x 80 cm

SOLD

periphery
2020 
Oil on canvas
100 x 80 cm

SOLD

A powerful imaginary revolving around social dynamics that touch the borders of satire. The randomness of the elements is tied in harmony through the aesthetics. This painting represents how the mind works. It illustrates the milliards of thoughts, micro daydreams and memories that go on in our brains during a day. A frozen momentum of an ordinary mind, which is completely extraordinary.

A powerful imaginary revolving around social dynamics that touch the borders of satire. The randomness of the elements is tied in harmony through the aesthetics. This painting represents how the mind works. It illustrates the milliards of thoughts, micro daydreams and memories that go on in our brains during a day. A frozen momentum of an ordinary mind, which is completely extraordinary.

A powerful imaginary revolving around social dynamics that touch the borders of satire. The randomness of the elements is tied in harmony through the aesthetics. This painting represents how the mind works. It illustrates the milliards of thoughts, micro daydreams and memories that go on in our brains during a day. A frozen momentum of an ordinary mind, which is completely extraordinary.

A powerful imaginary revolving around social dynamics that touch the borders of satire. The randomness of the elements is tied in harmony through the aesthetics. This painting represents how the mind works. It illustrates the milliards of thoughts, micro daydreams and memories that go on in our brains during a day. A frozen momentum of an ordinary mind, which is completely extraordinary.

A powerful imaginary revolving around social dynamics that touch the borders of satire. The randomness of the elements is tied in harmony through the aesthetics. This painting represents how the mind works. It illustrates the milliards of thoughts, micro daydreams and memories that go on in our brains during a day. A frozen momentum of an ordinary mind, which is completely extraordinary.

The forms diverge towards the unexplainable, the abstract. Synesthetic approaches to the release of constrained emotion, that is dramatically reimagined in vibrant pulsations. Forms and colour following the path of the untouchable, the ethereal.

The forms diverge towards the unexplainable, the abstract. Synesthetic approaches to the release of constrained emotion, that is dramatically reimagined in vibrant pulsations. Forms and colour following the path of the untouchable, the ethereal.

The forms diverge towards the unexplainable, the abstract. Synesthetic approaches to the release of constrained emotion, that is dramatically reimagined in vibrant pulsations. Forms and colour following the path of the untouchable, the ethereal.

The forms diverge towards the unexplainable, the abstract. Synesthetic approaches to the release of constrained emotion, that is dramatically reimagined in vibrant pulsations. Forms and colour following the path of the untouchable, the ethereal.

The forms diverge towards the unexplainable, the abstract. Synesthetic approaches to the release of constrained emotion, that is dramatically reimagined in vibrant pulsations. Forms and colour following the path of the untouchable, the ethereal.

BIRD
2020
Glazed ceramic
30 x 12 x 10 cm

1.000 EUR

BIRD
2020
Glazed ceramic
30 x 12 x 10 cm

1.000 EUR

BIRD
2020
Glazed ceramic
30 x 12 x 10 cm

1.000 EUR

BIRD
2020
Glazed ceramic
30 x 12 x 10 cm

1.000 EUR 

BIRD
2020
Glazed ceramic
30 x 12 x 10 cm

1.000 EUR

Janes Haid-Schmallenberg, Bird, 2020, Glazed ceramic, 30 x 12 x 10 cm

STUDIO SHOTS

STUDIO SHOTS

STUDIO SHOTS

STUDIO SHOTS

STUDIO SHOTS

RABAUKEN

A book illustrated by Janes Haid-Schmallenberg

RABAUKEN

A book illustrated by Janes Haid-Schmallenberg

RABAUKEN

A book illustrated by Janes Haid-Schmallenberg

RABAUKEN

A book illustrated by Janes Haid-Schmallenberg

RABAUKEN

A book illustrated by Janes Haid-Schmallenberg

Rabauken
08

Patience and the bizarre. How much bizarre can be achieved with patience?

Patience and the bizarre. How much bizarre can be achieved with patience?

Patience and the bizarre. How much bizarre can be achieved with patience?

Patience and the bizarre. How much bizarre can be achieved with patience?

Patience and the bizarre. How much bizarre can be achieved with patience?

HOME INTELLIGENCE, 2020, oil and acrylic on canvas, 150 x 150 cm

HOME INTELLIGENCE
2020
Oil and acrylic
on canvas
150 x 150 cm

7.300 EUR

HOME INTELLIGENCE
2020
Oil and acrylic
on canvas
150 x 150 cm

7.300 EUR

HOME INTELLIGENCE
2020
Oil and acrylic
on canvas
150 x 150 cm

7.300 EUR

HOME INTELLIGENCE
2020
Oil and acrylic
on canvas
150 x 150 cm

7.300 EUR

HOME INTELLIGENCE
2020
Oil and acrylic
on canvas
150 x 150 cm

7.300 EUR

Good Morning
2020
Oil and acrylic
on canvas
170 x 145 cm

7.600 EUR

Good Morning
2020
Oil and acrylic
on canvas
170 x 145 cm

7.600 EUR

Good Morning
2020
Oil and acrylic
on canvas
170 x 145 cm

7.600 EUR

Good Morning
2020
Oil and acrylic
on canvas
170 x 145 cm

7.600 EUR

Good Morning
2020
Oil and acrylic
on canvas
170 x 145 cm

7.600 EUR

Janes Haid-Schmallenberg Goodmornig, 2020, oil and acrylic on canvas, 175 x 140 cm
yesterday’s_got_nothing_for_me_145x145,oil,acryl,canvas,2020 Kopie

yesterday's got nothing for me
2020
Oil and acrylic
on canvas
145 x 145 cm

7.300 EUR

yesterday's got nothing for me
2020
Oil and acrylic
on canvas
145 x 145 cm

7.300 EUR

yesterday's got nothing for me
2020
Oil and acrylic
on canvas
145 x 145 cm

7.300 EUR

yesterday's got nothing for me
2020
Oil and acrylic
on canvas
145 x 145 cm

7.300 EUR

yesterday's got nothing for me
2020
Oil and acrylic
on canvas
145 x 145 cm

7.300 EUR

PRESS COVERAGE

PRESS COVERAGE

PRESS COVERAGE

PRESS COVERAGE

PRESS COVERAGE

03.01.2021
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

03.01.2021
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

03.01.2021
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

03.01.2021
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

03.01.2021
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

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Learn more about Janes Haid-Schmallenberg

Learn more about Janes Haid-Schmallenberg

Learn more about Janes Haid-Schmallenberg

Learn more about Janes Haid-Schmallenberg

Learn more about Janes Haid-Schmallenberg