Radmer Lenasch is a transformative artist, who uses his creativity as a catalyst for self-exploration. He was born in Durban, South Africa on the 6th of August 1976.
As an artist, Radmer is self-taught. He started drawing at the late age of 21 and felt an immediate connection. His painting is mostly done in oil. He is influenced and inspired by the natural world and uses his observation of its varying patterns and textures to explore human archetypes.
His paintings also draw on his extensive travel experiences, through which he delves into fundamental existential questions. He defines his art in the following way: “Ärt is an intentional self-expression of subjective life experience that encourages the exploration of our collective universal existence.”
Now living back in South Africa – He hopes to make the land and his painting grow.
Peace and Love
Every now and then, everything comes together in such a way that you recognise the opportunity to acknowledge how easily everything can come together. That is how this painting unfolded. Meet Kristin, a Vancouver Island local who has adopted the KZN south coast in...
Tide flows high and then ebbs to low. This painting was somewhere in-between. Pre-dawn and perfect in the changing. I feel so blessed to live on this Kwa-Zulu Natal coast. Sharing the vision now for all those who miss it. LOVE you all Oceans. Peace be your journey...
Painting the Dream-wave Catcher In samurai culture, the sword is often used to represent the soul of the person carrying it. In surfing, we have the board. Shaping them, designing them, and spraying them has allowed those who love the ocean through...
This is a right that is short, fast and very different. This August morning I got to photograph a standard South West swell with no wind on a sunny day. Such a challenge to paint - but so inspired by our beautiful ocean this time of year. It is 2m x 1m oil on canvas...
Good Morning! I love the KZN South Coast this time o' year, wearing its winter in grays and blues. July brings with it the sardines and with them come the annual migration of whales, dolphin, game fish, and of course the thousands of Petrels, Gannets, Cormorants and...
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