Ole creates contemporary welded steel structures derived from unique personal stories, but allowing for endless interpretations within their abstract form. His paintings mimic this fluid form that feel more open-ended then resolved.
Ole has experience with telling stories, his art is a format for these stories to breathe into existence as a whisper of its origins.
“While focused on a subject or an object I’m fascinated with, I capture some of the representational elements as well as reveal an energetic side. This embodiment of energy and gesture gives my pieces a life of their own beyond a flat image. While my work is definitely3D, it can appear to flip back and forth between seemingly flat and static when viewed from one angle and full of motion and filling a large space when viewed from another. When viewed from just the right angle its like the sculpture has disappeared and is just a singular rectangular shape with various shadow lines. My pieces generate a push and pull effect with dimensionality while not denying they can appear to be totally flat. This contradictory nature of my work offers up new interpretations from every new angle it’s viewed from.”
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