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Artists

The list of artists presented here is by no means exhaustive and is only a representative overview of associated artists. Some work closely together as friends or in exhibitions or group projects. Others may not even agree on the associations that that others apply to them. That is in part the aim of Fantastic Visions is to document the history and weave of relationships. The other intent is to present the wealth of creativity, imagination and skill of these artists.

Wessi

Wessi

Wessi graduated with honors for painting and graphics from the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts. In the following year, she was invited to exhibit at the H.R. Giger Museum in Switzerland.

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Benedetto Fellin

Benedetto Fellin

Fellin Benedetto was born in 1956 in Merano, South Tyrol, and studied at the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts under Professor Rudolf Hausner.

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Otto Rapp

Otto Rapp (photo: Leo Plaw)

Born in Felixdorf, Lower Austria, Otto Rapp lived and was educated in Vienna. As a painter Otto was initially self taught, spending time studying in the various galleries and museums. He graduated from the Uofl Canada in 1982 with a Bachelor in Fine Art.

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De Es Schwertberger

De Es Schwertberger

De Es was born in 1942 in Gresten, Lower-Austria as Dieter Schwertberger, the second son of two teachers. His father died during World War II, leaving his mother to bring him, and his elder brother, up. He graduated from the Engineering School of Vienna in 1962, aged 19. Art Studies He studied at the Akademie […]

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Peter Gric

Peter Gric

Peter Gric was born 1968 in former Czechoslovakia. When he was a boy, his family were granted permission to holiday outside of the strictly controlled socialist territories. Unbeknown to him, his parents never planned to return, and driving to Austria instead of their state approved holiday destination, where they applied for residency. Studies He studied […]

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Ernst Fuchs

Ernst Fuchs

Ernst Fuchs is an Austrian artist famous as a co-founder of the Vienna School of Fantastic Realism and mastering and teaching the Mischtechnik to others. Many other artists have studied under and have been influenced by him and his work.

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Hanno Karlhuber

Hanno Karlhuber

Born 1946 in Dresden. 1950 emigrates to Austria 1972 Studies at the Academy for Visual Arts (Akademie der Bildenden Künste), Vienna under Professor Rudolf Hausner, completing his Diploma for Painting. 1980 – 82 Stipendium for Japan, studies Japanese painting technique at the Tokyo Geidai, experimental video and film. 2000 – 2005 artistic director of Galerie […]

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Featured Artist Peter Gric