In accordance with the tradition of photorealism he follows his sense for naturalistical preciseness after grouping his objects into artful compositions. The actual motionless objects are transformed into vivid reality by being given signs of use, such as a denteted milk can with a dull aluminium gloss or the old enamel bowl with signs of chipping, the mussel-
He had to develop the secret of his subtle colour combination and the delicate brush lines by numerous experimental phases all on his own. Initially he painted flowers and landscapes, but the “kick” for still-
By holding exhibitions in “Dagebiehls Fährhaus” or at the “Großlerhaus”, he has further establishesd his position as a “Blankeneser Artist”, he on occasions emphasises this by including typical landscape motives of local surroundings as background into his works of art.
Bereuters decision to concentrate on painting still-
His works of art have not only experienced a certain refinement, but also an expansion oft he subject, e.g. by placing a realistic wooden bench with utensiles in the forground of a „suitable“ landscape, such as a field of colourful rape with bordering woodlands. With this kind of creative art one gets the definite feeling that there is more to come from the artist Joachim Bereuter.