This German artist is a true action painter. His extremely fast and focused painting process is preceded by a long and intense premeditation. Then, everything falls into place: "the initial strokes are applied with a thin and dark layer of paint over a light background - like a pattern and background. Afterwards, you create new textures by removing the paint again with a "rake". Finally, you use a dry paintbrush on the moist surface to soften the harsh contrast between light and dark areas.
Needless to say, this dynamic process involves a great deal of risk. Just to have an idea of the artist's level of demand, Götz selected, on average, one in every 15 or 20 paintings!