Stefan Geissbühler was born in Interlaken, Switzerland in 1968. Although he wanted to be an artist from an early age, he originally trained and worked as a chef. In 1992, Stefan hung up his toque and moved to the USA to follow his dream to work as a professional artist. Since then, Stefan has successfully grown his art business, working out of his studio near Denver, Colorado.
Stefan describes his work as New-Century Modern, a combination of a Mid-Century Modern aesthetic and echoes of Abstract Expressionism.
His inspiration has many sources, including travel, nature, architecture and music, but he ultimately relies on his imagination to express an idea. Stefan’s signature style combines dynamic shapes and expressive lines using spackle knives, rubber rollers and vibrant colors, and results in art that visually sings.
Stefan’s work is sought out by national and international, private and corporate collectors all over the globe, including University of Colorado Hospital (Denver, CO), Modern IR (Denver, CO), Prime Source Staffing (Denver, CO), Chamber Music Society of St. Louis and Casino Kursaal Bern in Switzerland, just to name a few. Stefan has also created commissions for internationally known conductor Leonard Slatkin (Detroit Symphony & Orchestre National de Lyon), Centene Corporation CEO Michael F. Neidorff (St. Louis, MO), Haselden Construction (Denver, CO) and many other private and corporate clients.
THE CREATIVE PROCESS
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AN ARTIST'S JOURNEY
CD-cover artwork for the following recordings:
Three Hungarian Suites
Song of Shinobué
Americana...The Dream Comes Alive
PROMINENT COLLECTIONS & COMMISSIONS
Commission for Internationally acclaimed conductor Leonard Slatkin, music director of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra (DSO) and the Orchestre National de Lyon (ONL).
Commission for Michael F. Neidorff CEO Centene Corporation, St. Louis, MO.
PARTNERS & ORGANISATIONS WE WORK WITH, OR SUPPORT
ART THAT SINGS
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