Tremmel translates the forces of nature into the painterly. There they seem familiar because they have an effect inside us as well. He links to the landscape a visual tradition that these days is essentially left to photography.
Tremmel’s large-scale landscapes appear at first as though they easily fit into a historical style of painting that represents place and the longing for perfection. However, Tremmel presents a complex romantic order of the world as a kind of universal poetry, which he then proceeds to painstakingly pull apart. In the sawing out, shading or painting over and gradual elimination of pictorial parts, he erases the grandiose panorama and introduces an image of imperfection. The resulting landscapes are only partially revealed through his use of light and expressive, vibrant colors.