Thomas Scheibitz seems to be effortlessly inventive.
When looking at the quantity and variety of the work he produces it is tempting to think that his arrangements are some how arbitrary, that he just churns them out for a market that likes big, bold colourful paintings. Their qualities, however, refute this. Schebitz’s paintings have something that is at the same time difficult to articulate and hard to dispute. They are paintings with a strong sense of visual ‘rightness’; paintings that consistently work.