THE Ghost ARMY
"Discovering his art is like revisiting the ghost army scene, retelling tales of dreams, visions and worlds unknown."
THE GHOST ARMY
When one revisits The Lord of the Rings and recalls many of its scenes that kept audiences glued to the screen with excitement, one is particularly struck by how well acted the scenes are and how they bring a world of fantasies to life and make it appear real. One of those scenes was the scene with Aragorn as the commander of the Ghost Army. Looking at the whole scene you will be amazed at the imagination of the human mind and what it is capable of constructing and displaying on screen in a form of art.
Such a representation of the imaginative world in the form of art is common among painters, who often use the canvas as a medium. German artist Günter Krenz is one such artists and his work focuses on the world of imagination. He gives a glimpse into the infinite nature of imagination and the fascinating spectra of perception. Discovering his art is like revisiting the ghost army scene, retelling tales of dreams, visions and worlds unknown.
"Discovering his art is like revisiting the ghost army scene, rediscovering tales of dreams, visions and worlds unknown."
Krenz's art raises questions about paranormal existence and the unseen world around us. Observing his work, one wonders if the fantasy world is really that far-fetched and how big a role our imagination plays in the reality we experience. Does the Supernatural Really Exist? How intensively do we humans explore the invisible? Do our ideas influence and define our experiences? What role does it play in art?
All of these are questions that Krenz seems to address in his work. His art is one that any viewer would surely find captivating and thought provoking.
You can find out more about the artist by visiting him on Instagram @gunterkrenz.
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