Thomas Scheibitz (born 1968 in Radeberg, DE) is a German artist, specializing in sculpture, painting, and works on paper. The influence of Joseph Albers and the Bauhaus approach to design are both apparent in his works. The artist creates abstract, angular works, drawing on the lines and forms of architectural design. He is known to take inspiration from a variety of spheres, mixing elements of mass media, including motifs from film,… Read more
About the artwork
This work reflects many of the elements that make Thomas Scheibitz's work so recognizable. It perfectly encapsulates what art critic Laura Cumming described as the artist's "signature lexicon of quirky motifs: pendent droplets, soaring arrows, rectangles that balance gracefully on their corners, vectors, spandrels, ribbons, and scrolls that flow through his art, kept in check by a vigorous underlying geometry." The rich, textured colors add to the intensity and vibrancy of these large-scale prints.