“To me these sculptures are an expression of emotional and spiritual vibration. They are free to be interpreted and seen as mirrors before our feelings, our vibrating ‘being’ and energetic well-being. The wavy movement is like the dance of life: from left to right, up and down, up look for balance and then disrupt it. We are vibration.”
NG: “Can art change the world?”
PB: “Absolutely!!! Art observes, criticizes, transforms, asks questions, and most important: Art makes the invisible visible! Art is witness to culture and the cultural consciousness. Art is mundane, vulgar, and aggressive. Or spiritual, aesthetic, and disgusting. But it is always justified.”
“Masterpieces” at Continuum Gallery SEP. 11-18, 2020
Habatat shares the presentation via Zoom meeting with artist, “Getting Personal with Peter Brermes!”
“Rite of Passage” is an exhibition of work from five series sculptor Peter Bremers has created in the last six years…
Video of Peter Bremers pieces currently available at Sikabonyi Gallery.
“In a world with so much manmade ugliness I strive to create things of beauty that touch people`s hearts and give them pleasure as well as food for thought.”
Peter Bremers at Fort Wayne Museum of Art, exhibition: “Looking Beyond the Mirror”, interview by Derek Devine, Punch Films.
“”Over the course of his career, Dutch artist Peter Bremers has become known internationally as a true master of kiln-cast glass, employing reductive forms that arouse his viewers’ sensitivity to space and perception in graceful, nonverbal poems about light, color and form.”