Bram Moens (1956) is best known as a developer and maker of recumbent bicycles and lightweight bicycle parts. However, Bram also has years of experience with photography and painting.
Much of his photographic work is set apart by his power of perception. Where others would simply pass by, Bram notices a special image, a remarkable slant of light, a peculiar composition. Indeed, his observations lead to unusual representations of the everyday and not-so-everyday. His study at art academies have undoubtedly contributed to this.
Art academies also provided the foundations for Bram’s paintings and drawings. Work shown on this site present his interpretation of clouded skies, landscapes and some portraits. Notable is the strong variation in level of detail, ranging from impressionistic/expressionistic representations to works with high detail.