Frank Dammers (Zwolle, 1951) was employed in the computerization field as a specialist in the application of mathematical programming languages. In 2002 he decided to follow a new course in life, and started painting. A period of experimentation followed; a search for his own style. This led to a unique and innovatory style that bears some affinity with the work of Mondrian and Paul Klee, amongst others. It is difficult to categorize this work within the boundaries of existing styles and forms; however one could best describe Frank Dammers as a geometric abstract artist with preclusion for figurative elements. His career as an aspiring artist took off in 2005 when he started his website.
Acryl on Belgian linnen, 35,4 x 63 inch
Painting: Central Park New York
Acryl on cotton, 39,4 x 59,0 inch