In january, the director of the Macedonia documentary movie and I took the train through snowy landscapes to lovely Leipzig and actually got there about two hours late. Arriving in an industrial brick stone area covered in icicles, we were picked up by Michael Triegel and kindly welcomed in his warm and cozy loft studio.
I’m usually not into paintings, neither the old master’s way nor religious topics. But Michael Triegel’s works are truly impressive and seem to glow from inside. He clearly is a master of his craft and all of his paintings seem to have somewhat of a very intelligent, sometimes ironic twist to them. Strolling around in his studio, I drank apple juice from a shot glass and took so many pictures that I just couldn’t cut the selection to less than this.
Now, guess if we got back on time… No. “Thank you for traveling with Deutsche Bahn.”