Tycjan mostly creates subtle abstractions, which resound with the echo of the geometric trend, but also express a desire to exceed that tradition, freed from the constraints of formula.
Knut uses delicate tonal differences and subtle colours. His reductive images also have qualities of a multi-level composition, because they were established as a result of the rise and overlap of col- ours in time, in a way that resembles the organic world. Guided by intuition and imagination. He’s known for digging in archives in search for long forgotten or unknown abstract “masters”, as his interest focuses on discovering the art from 1960s and 1970s.