If Seyyit Bozdošan stands in front of the easel,
a passionate desire for painting and an analytical spirit
jointly seem to lead his hand.
His recent work continued concentrating the interaction between abstraction and figuration, between microkosmos and overall composition into still more conclusiv pictural units.
The earth, its surfaces, soils and depths, its wealth of light and color sound, particularly in memory of its Anatolian homeland, did not fade away, but continue to live on in richly facetted - mostly vertically oriented - structures.
His art ranges between tendencyful arranged figurations, situations and shapes described in detail, as well as variation on the one side and increasing abstraction together with forming processes getting more important on the other side.
A remarkable style characteristic in his pictures are the "windows" , which stand out against the background by different coloring and which usually clearly mark the intended cutout by their framing.
Prof. Dr. Zehnder
Direktor des Landesmuseums Bonn