The Artist

"Art might contribute to a new awareness toward nature by abstracting everyday life, by provoking anger and causing compassion with all creatures. "
Portrait of artist  | Member of Artists for Conservation

Norbert Gramer, Ph.D., born in 1951, started painting and drawing very early, lives in Remagen, a small town located along the river Rhine in Germany.

After completing an early creative and graphic training he studied English animal painters, old masters like René Magritte, Salvador Dalí, Albrecht Dürer, Max Ernst, and also modern artists and illustrators.

Besides those art studies he received a diploma degree in Social Education at the College of Düsseldorf and a Ph.D. in Philosophy, New German Literature and Education at the University of Bonn (topic of his dissertation: „Compassion in Ethics. History and Problem of a neglected Principle“).

Since 1970 different solo and group exibitions in Germany and France. His works are found in both government buildings like the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety and private collections in Germany, the United Kingdom, France, and the United States.

A part of any sale is donated to a Conservation or Environmental Organisation like Audubon Society, Greenpeace, BUND – Friends of Earth, WWF, The Wildlife Conservation Society.

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