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Peter GRIC
Nexus 6 - GicleeDruck


handsigniert, nummeriert,
Auflage XXV Exemplare.
Format der Darstellung:
35x27cm, auf BüttenPapier 59,6x42cm.

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Künstler
Peter GRIC, Peter Gric or Petr Gric (born 1968) is Austrian painter, drawer and illustrator originally from Czech Republic. In his art appear motives of futuristic landscapes and architecture, biomechanical surrealism and fantastic realism. Gric is member of the art groups Libellule and Labyrinthe. Petr Gric was born in 1968 in Brno, former Czechoslovakia. His parents supported his talent in painting and drawing, which he exhibited when he was young. In 1980 his parents, under the pretense described as vacation travel, emigrated through Hungary and Yugoslavia to Austria, and Gric thenceforth lived in Western Europe. They spent one year in the countryside of Reichenau an der Rax. They soon moved to Linz where Gric finished primary school and studied graphic design at the Höhere Technische Lehranstalt. In 1988 he moved to Vienna where he began to study under Arik Brauer at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. He finished his studies with a Master of Fine Arts degree in 1993. While still in college, he participated in several exhibitions and started to sell his work successfully. In 1996, Gric presented his work about the connection of painting and computer graphics at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. In 2009, he moved from Vienna to Höflein an der Hohen Wand. Working as an artist for a living, he creates new works irregularly. Before exhibiting, he works intensively, but often without creating anything for weeks and only experiments with graphic software and geometry for his new work. Smaller format works take him a few days or weeks to create. Large works take him months to finish. However, many of them are in progress for a very long time and only finished after several years. Some of his paintings are several meters in size.

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