Paul Fiehrer works predominately with watercolor and acrylic paints. One of Paul’s unique painting techniques is applying thick brushstrokes across paper. Furthermore, each painting possesses an aura—manifested through Paul’s color choice. Though his works are considered abstract, each color combination reveals an impression of a landscape. Interestingly his color palette reflects the various stages of sunlight (daybreak, sunset, or twilight). This is something similar to the painting approaches of the Modern Art masters, Rothko and Monet.