Wolfgang Prummer, free-lance artist, whose work is inspired by forms, shapes and harmony, was born 1976 in Austria. He was raised in Burgenland, in the core of the UNESCO World Heritage Fertö Neusiedlersee, at the foot of the Leitha” hills, where he stills lives and works. His outdoor projects reflect his bonds and love to nature and the fascination he feels about different shapes of bodies. Male and female bodies seem to melt into nature, become parts of stone blocks, gravel pits, rock formations and trees. Characteristic of his studio shots is the reduction of man to the essentials body, shapes and lines. Wolfgang had studied graphic and media design at the New Design University St. Pölten and there after stage- and film set design at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, however, he broke off these trainings earlier, but just in time, as he likes to say himself.
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