With the Wall Picture "High-Flyer", Meissen artist Jörg Danielczyk demonstrates his masterful talent for always giving the white gold something completely unexpected. In his most recent abstract works, Jörg Danielczyk explores the variety of meanings that sculptures or painting can gain from being detached from figurative representation. For the painting on the Limited Masterwork, porcelain painter Michaela Stocker used luminous red tones of inglaze colours, which have to be fired separately at a higher temperature. They only develop their unique luminosity after firing. The painting method for the Wall Picture "High-Flyer" is reminiscent of digitally distorted photographs on Meissen porcelain. It makes it difficult to grasp the figures holistically. Nothing is as it seems - just like in the winter fog of the Venetian carnival. The hustle and bustle of the lagoon city is a recurring theme in Jörg Danielczyk's works.