Jürgen Feneberg (born in 1964) was already an intercultural crossover artist as a young man. His first drawings, watercolours and oil paintings were created on study trips to Asia. Even today, the influence of Southeast Asian art is unmistakable due to his penchant for clear forms and bold colours.
Today, the Berlin-based artist has expanded his repertoire to include works in wood, metal and bronze. Especially extraordinary are his multi-dimensional objects. On two or three levels he screws and glues together elements sawed out by hand and painted with oil paint to create impressively vivid scenes of nature.
Feneberg's works can be found in public and private collections and have been exhibited in numerous exhibitions at home and abroad.