Aesthetics and clearly defined forms characterise the artworks of German painter Florian Jäger. Combining spontaneous and random abstract expressionist painting techniques such as drip painting, squeegee techniques and layer painting, the artist creates harmonious and aesthetic works with depth and detail.
His studio in Magdeburg/Germany is inspired by Bauhaus architecture, which is also reflected in the contemporary ideas of his artworks. Bauhaus strove to combine fine art and functional design. The local proximity to the Bauhaus school of art, design and architecture has inspired and motivated him for many years to further develop his modern ideas.