At first glance, Denie Put's colorful and dynamic paintings only appear abstract. Dominant lilac, fluorescent, garish pink, pastel green and bright blue are alternately placed on the canvas by Put in geometric or organic shapes. By consistently varying techniques, he tries to avoid conventional use of paint.
Those who dwell on the lively scenes of Put can detect corals, landscapes with waterfalls, fountains and rock formations. A pair of bright yellow eyes, a hare standing in the corner as a waiter, a staircase, tears and drops are figurative elements that Put deliberately placed between the predominantly abstract forms.