Angeria Rigamonti di Cutò interviews painter Peter Dreher on the occasion of his exhibition Day by Day, Good Day at Mayor Gallery, London, on view through June 2, 2017. Dreher comments: “… adherence to one motif and its repetition does not represent a limitation but rather a liberation. It allows me to concentrate on what is really important to me – the painting process itself. For this reason, I would describe myself as a happy Sisyphus. Rolling a boulder up a hill over and over again is neither destiny nor punishment but rather a self-made decision that I feel very comfortable with, because I succeed in seeing my subject (the glass) afresh each time – as if I were seeing it for the first time. What is important to me is not inventing a picture but experiencing the infinite possibilities available in the creation of the image.”
Image coming soon.