Acrylics, epoxy and phosphorescence on wood.
With the Shift series Giesbers celebrates positive influence(r)s to his life, among which also intrigues and fills his curiosity. The influence behind this work is the master painter Rembrandt van Rijn, whose art humbles Giesbers deeply. He mostly enjoys the bold and bright impasto paints which give Rembrandt's works a 3D effect making his portraits come alive even more. Giesbers also enjoys Rembrandt's execution of the technique chiaroscuro.
The painting turns negative in the dark (color shift) with the help of a luminous colorfield. The work is finished in high gloss.