Flohr’s style has been described as a combination of avant-garde, abstract expressionism and impressionism. “I love the colours of Cezanne,” says Flohr, who also favours pure pigment straight from the tube.
He can be seen around town in nightclubs, bars and cafes, sketchbook in hand, capturing the shifting colours and dynamics of people as they mingle and interact. “I do not work with models. I prefer to sketch ‘in the moment’ as a scene unfolds…” reports Flohr.