Candy Whizzlov was an ordinary girl. Nothing much happened in her life besides a few casual encounters with random boys who didn't care much for her outstanding intellect. But one day things suddenly changed for her.
She enjoyed the first sunrays of spring when a bird flew straight into her head. As the bird was absorbed by her mind, she started to feel a strange sensation within her whole body. Everything blew up in dots of colors, with each of them holding a secret of the universe.
She instantly understood the immortal nature of her being and the transpersonality of her soul. After she reached a climax of understanding, she realized that she will never again sell herself below value.
That she is a f#c§in' GODDESS!!!
“...the past gives you an identity and the future holds the promise of salvation, of fulfillment in whatever form. Both are illusions.” - eckhart tolle -
"The last Spark of Love"
acrylic on canvas | 56cm x 91cm
“I Think it is lost.....but nothing is ever lost nor can be lost. The body sluggish, aged, cold, the ember left from earlier fires shall duly flame again.” - walt whitman -
On the journey to a new form of expression, the so called “Quantum Realism”, Dennis Konstantin Bax unifies the search for the inner structure of things with the phantasmagorias of the phantastic and the vivid color spectrum of today’s visionary art. Taking building blocks out of Cubism, Pointilism and Futurism, the artist is not interested in the mere copy of things, rather more he wants to show us the non-static nature of our reality.
His work is dominated by the expression of change, the metamorphosis of 3-dimensional structures into their next state of existence.
The greatest inspiration for the artist comes from the latest insights of quantum mechanics and eastern philosophy which both realize the world as vibrating field of form.
Dennis Konstantin transfers this knowledge into painting by trying to “weave” objects together by layering lines of color.
Although he has a very scientific approach to painting it is also important for the artist to tell stories with this kind of expression. So the figures in his work are on a constant journey to personal freedom and a reality behind our well-worn thought structures.
Dennis Konstantin Bax was born 1979 in Wiesbaden/Germany and studied Interior Architecture before he settled as a full time artist in Hamburg in 2006.