Looking at the pictures of artist Olga Gebhardt, you will notice immediately that, even though they are realistic, they are still different somehow: The pictures change into light and shaddow compositions.
The main subjects and objects lose their importance and instead they radiate a special kind of light. People, who have travelled south will recognise it immediately.
These stories could have taken place somewhere in the south of California. As you look at the pictured closely, you will notice that the artistic Idea is more important than the story behind it.
It is a journey from „Gipper-realism“ to „Grotesque-realism“.