Jan Flemming’s works are a clear reflection of his own approach to creating visual art. For him it must be an intuitive and inquisitive process; it must necessarily emerge from an intrinsic desire to create. Owing to this, he considers the process of creating as well as observing art a free space unburdened by restraints and inhibiting pressures. Each piece, which emerges from this intuitive process of combining and experimenting, leaves a certain impression. The dynamic interaction between the abstract shapes and the distinctive range of colors, explored by the artist, has resulted in an assortment of highly unique and atmospheric pieces. Yet, simultaneously, each piece is prominently simple and pure in its expression. The ability of these pieces, which on the surface appear quite uncomplicated, to transmit an array of atmospheres is an example of their power.