plains of polders, the houses firmly fixed in the earth,
the light and flexible trees and the constantly moving
sea and skies have given Kappeler's work a different
dimension in which there is a close interrelationship
between the narrative and the formal aspect which
becomes the base of the movement that each dominant feature of his painting transmits. He does not shy
away from blots of paint, palette knife strokes, tears,
integrations, cuts, holes; everything is possible in the
pictorial celebration - both tragic and exalted - that
Kappeler has created in his latest works.
lt is not in vain that the vibration and movement that
is evident in all his ideas and work is inspired by a
dance theme, with all its wealth of gestures, with all the
aesthetic quality of the body's morphology and the
degree of pathos that it is capable of expressing.