Michael Vester (*1957)
2010 Kunstforum Burg Waischenfeld
2015 Sparkasse Loerrach/ Rheinfelden
2015 Art Of Passion, Lange & Co, Rheinfelden
2015 Orthopaedicum Loerrach
2016 Sparkasse Loerrach/ Rheinfelden
2016 VHS Rheinfelden
2016 RegioART Loerrach
2016 Endress & Hauser, Maulburg
2016 Galleria de Marchi, Bologna (Italy)
2016 im Kunstraum Kieswerk, Weil a.Rh.
2017 RegioART Loerrach
2017 ART(e) Binningen (Swizzerland)
2017 Galleria de Marchi, Bologna (Italy)
2018 RegioArt Loerrach
2018 LOEBA Loerrach
2019 RegioArt Loerrach
2019 UNTITLED Rheinfelden (CH)
2019 Gallery Korb Loerrach
2021 "DIE KUNST", Grenzach-Wyhlen
Michael Vester was born in Saarbrücken and raised in a village nearby. He now lives and works in Grenzach-Wyhlen, in the Southwest part of Germany.
As a child, influenced by his grandparents, Michael found great pleasure in painting, drawing and also playing music.
In high school he was fascinated by the medium of photography. In the darkroom, installed in his grandma´s laundry room, he developed his first black and white photographs. Later on, this recreational activity should blossom into a passionate hobby, as his interest in artistic interpretations and depictions grew.
It was only in his late 40´s that he earnestly began to occupy himself with fine arts and restarted his creative activities. He explored different painting media, took painting lessons and revisited photography, which had turned from an analogue into a digital medium by then. Digital photography became his favourite means of artistic expression, because it offers a huge variety of possibilities to utilize modern technology in exploring the artistic space beyond the natural boundaries of classical techniques like painting and fine arts. To broaden his autodidactic knowledge he became student in photography at the Swiss Design School in Basel.
Being likewise fascinated by nature, people, colours and structures, Michaels artworks evolve from each project he works on. Among his artworks you can likewise find black & white photographs of landscapes, photographs of details of our daily life, fine art results and prints from image processing of abstract structures and floating colours in a manner of action painting. He strives to improve his craft with every new subject he works on.