The artist John Franzen is a German artist who born in Aachen located in Germany. The artist went to fine arts academy in Netherlands and graduated in fine arts from the similar institute.
The artist has worked in several disciplines and has learned a lot about different materials used in arts and their crafting as well. Each branch of arts have given him a new sense of imagination and polished his skills. He also learned how to work on complex arts, the details of complex frames used in various types of fine arts and how to focus on these complexities to come up with entirely unique work.
The artist believes in the fact that his work on free hand drawing is a pure collection of arts with graphical interpretation. People often mix free hand monogenetic drawings with graphics but the artist in his creations has clarified well enough the difference among the two sides of arts. The arts has used simple lines to express his imagination in free hand drawing.
The Impact of Each Line One Breath:
Following are some unbelievable impacts of free hand drawing.
Breathing process of living things:
Talking about the impact of the artist sense hidden in the collection each line one breath is phenomenal the artist has beautifully drawn line in a way that they coincide with each other. The depiction of this collection is based on the fact of breathing process of living things. The perception about breathing is constant and monotonous with an equal and similar impact just as in the case of these drawings which are completed with the compilation of adjacent lines.
A sequence of imagination:
These parallel drawn lines in the pictures by the artist also happen to e in a sequence so that they have equal and similar collision on the viewer mind. The sequence is maintained in such a way that a naked eye would find it hard to call it free hand drawing.
The artist believes that they way he has used line in his drawings makes him feel them as a vibration in universe. He relates his drawings with the power and emotions hidden in his own body. The flowing lines in one direction are a depiction of his idea about how things flow in universe. Hence the artist has related well the work of nature and the piece of impressive arts.