This was one of those galleries that required seeing photos of the work again to realize how good it was. This isn't a comment on the art it is a result of spending several days running from fair to fair, show to show and seeing so much art that your brain stops working.
And your brain would, indeed, have to stop working to not immediately recognize the quality of the art shown by this gallery.
Part of Pashmin Art Gallery's stated aim is to bridge the artistic and cultural gap between cultures and countries. The art they show is eclectic. Demelbauer's worl is something you might paint on your Harley and Kreuzritter's work calls to mind aboriginal cave paintings from around the globe. And you can see so many things in the abstractions of Witzleben.
One of the better booths at Scope this year.