Reinhard Scheibner and Stuart rummage through his paintings, etchings and various other work talking about freedom from the constraint of “getting it right.”
Reinhard Scheibner in his studio. Photo by Stuart Holt
The Most Interesting Person Project is a series of interviews in which each person interviewed gives the name of the person they think is the most interesting person they know. That person then gets interviewed, starting the cycle over.
Schreibner flees from his fear of getting each brush-stroke perfect by painting with his left hand, his feet and even with his eyes closed. His lack of “perfection” doesn’t seem to cost him his artistic vision, which seems very distinct.