From the very beginning, Alois Riedl has gone his own way, uninfluenced by artistic trends.
Due to his independence, he does not fit into any pigeonhole. Without submitting to the art market, he unfolds an uncompromising oeuvre. He finds his style between representational painting and abstraction. His preferred motifs are old upholstered furniture and chairs in free painterly interpretation. The abstracting objects in his works, his monochrome colour surfaces invite the viewer on a meditative journey.
The joy of experimentation and innovative forces characterise his entire oeuvre.
Extract from Alois Riedl autobiography. Read More