Art and design website ingnant.de went to the Deenesh Ghyczy studio to meet up with the artist as part of the ‘Work in Progress’ project.
The German and Hungarian artist talks about his own unique style of portraiture that plays with layers and dimensions, making each subject appear as though they were filtered through some form of textured or paneled glass. He explains that he has a deep personal connection with each of his subjects and desires to portray the true nature of each person. He also discusses the process he undergoes for each painting, sometimes painting different angles of the same portrait and combining them into one whole image.
Getting a peek into the Deenesh Ghyczy studio gives us some insight into how the artist sees the world around him.
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