Sculptors and draughtsmen
From August 2019 the new exhibition at the Alpenhof:
|1959||born in Mühlheim / Ruhr|
|1977 – 1980||Training as a restorer in the stucco trade|
|1981||Scholarship of the Ministry of Education and Science, Bonn, for the European Centre for Craftsmen in Monument Protection, Isola die San Servolo, Venice|
|1977 – 1986||Restoration projects in churches and castles in Bavaria and Austria|
|1986 – 1992||Studied sculpture at the Kunstakademie München with Professor Hans Ladner
since 1992 active as a sculptor and draughtsman in Oberaudorf am Inn
Since then, he has been able to make a name for himself in the Bavarian region as a fountain builder, with facilities in Markt Holzkirchen, Rosenheim, Bad Endorf, Kempten, Oberaudorf, Flintsbach am Inn, among others.
In the ecclesiastical field, one of the most important commissions is the execution of the Antonius Altar in the Frauenkirche in Munich. This was followed by further equipment of the village church Rimsting am Chiemsee and Grainbach/Samerberg in the district of Rosenheim.
Its activities include the design and execution of:
- Sculptures for all areas in the garden and public space
- Illustrations of texts and books
- Graphics and painting
Review: Helene Tschacher
- 1955 born in Höchstädt
- 1972 to 1977 Training as a social pedagogue
- 1977 to 1989 Teaching Art & Works
- Since 1990 freelance and manual work with paper
- 1997 Master craftsman’s examination in bookbinding trade, own bookbinding and paper workshop
- 2005 to 2011 President of the International Association of Hand Papermakers and Paper Artists (IAPMA) www.iapma.info
Symposia, group and solo exhibitions in Australia, Bulgaria, Germany, England, France, Israel, Italy, Japan, Canada, Korea, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Philippines, Poland, Austria, Sweden, Switzerland, Spain, Turkey, Hungary, Ukraine, USA.
Paper is one of the oldest materials of mankind. Only paper made a comprehensive written transmission of literature, history, religious and legal texts and data from trade and science possible.
Until the industrial revolution, paper was a valuable material that was made from different fibers with different techniques depending on the region and was spread almost worldwide.
Produced cheaper and cheaper today in large quantities, it became an everyday mass product that spread across the globe in incredible variety and use.
Paper is a message carrier, between the idea and the viewer or reader, a mediating element. Paper is familiar to us as a carrier material for words, signs and images, everyday life. Cultivated, used, battered, used, carelessly thrown away, daily, in masses.
Today, information is inflationary. Libraries are being digitized, encyclopedias are available on the Internet, web blocks and discussion forums on the www. are temporary, constantly changing. We have the illusion of being able to inform ourselves comprehensively at any time and anywhere.
My work interrupts the data overload. Books, catalogues, magazines, the described, printed paper is disassembled, cut, folded, glued and reassembled, the texts can only be decoded fragmentarily. Texts become information garbage and the printed paper becomes a new aesthetic appeal.
Kirchenäcker 8, 84048 Mainburg, 08751-9990 firstname.lastname@example.org, www.helene.tschacher.de
Review: Jörg Dorner
REVIEW VERNISSAGE ON 19.12.2014 at 7.00 pm
The confrontation with art comes unexpectedly and at an early stage of human development.
For example, my mother judged a key flower depiction produced by me as a work of art in my childhood, although the work drawn or painted by my brother was not – or from my personal point of view – only slightly less ingenious than mine. So I’m the artist.
Only later does a person capable of reproduction ask himself from which level of the entire spectrum of his ego he gets out of what he wants to get out of a dialogue with others or with himself.
Sculpture is just such an example that comes from the inside, usually made of wood or stone or clay of course.
And the graphics, which naturally project the space into the surface without forgetting the freedom of space.
When using the tools of sculpture, it is important not to forget purposefulness by shaking laughter.
Painting, graphics of all kinds, sculpture, especially sculpture, are excellent representatives of human freedom, the freedom of human thought and feeling, whether acquired academically or autodidactically.
The exhibition is intended to show the mental or emotional connection to conversation or self-talk, to correspondence or secret diary, to free singing or shouting on a hike or skilful music for art.
Be sure, no smartphone, no CD, etc. can keep up.
Jörg Dorner, December 2014
Review: Ingrid Weiss-Roskopf
REVIEW VERNISSAGE ON 28.08.2014 at 7.00 pm
born in Berlin
1962 Abitur in Weilheim
1963-67 Studies of Graphic Design at the Academy of Graphic Design Munich
first worked on animation
later in the design of the fair: posters, signets, etc.
since 1980 freelance painter
Watercolors, drawings, collages, pastels, color etchings, various printing techniques
Rathausgalerie Ebersberg, Rathausgalerie Vaterstetten, Galeria de Arte Murnau, Galerie Ildiko ‘Risse Weßling, Siemensgalerie München Wittelsbacher Platz, Galerie Edith Kramer Wackersberg/Tölz, Galerie Heinz Schunn Lechbruck, Stadtsparkasse Marktredwitz, Galerie Südd. Newspaper Ebersberg, Altes Kino Ebersberg, Kleinkunst Dobrick-Hof Weisenheim am Berg, Zoolog. Staatssammlung München, Galerie de l ́Espace Saint-Laurent Saint Marcellin, Kunstverein Ebersberg, Kunstverein Gauting, Berufsverband Bild. Artists Munich
Italy, Greece, France, USA, Canary Islands
Member of the Professional Association of Visual Artists Munich (BBK)
We would like to thank the artist and the visitors
Review: Andrea-Maria Windischbauer
Born in Salzburg in 1942, she lived in Salzburg and Rome. She completed her studies at the Graphische Akademie in Munich and at the Mozarteum in Salzburg with Professor Bruno Gallée from 1962 to 1967. In the years 1965/1966 she also attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome in the field of stage design. In Rome she participates in the exhibition “Dante Aligheieri” and is awarded the Silver Medal of the City of Rome. In the 1960s, 70s and 80s she exhibited in many major European cities, including Rome, Vienna, Regensburg, Salzburg and Munich. Buyers from the Albertina, Vienna, the Ministry of Education, Vienna and the Provincial Government of Salzburg made her one of the renowned artists of the time. Due to health reasons, she increasingly withdrew to her homeland, the Salzburger Land, where she died in 2010.
Dark mirror in my soul
Are pictures of never seen seas,
Abandoned, tragic, fantastic countries,
Melting into the blue, approximate.
Georg Trakl Estate; from “Three Dreams”
Perhaps it helps the viewer of my pictures to read this poem by my compatriot and poet Georg Trakl, who I admire very much, because it actually says a lot about the content of my pictures. I share certain sentiments that can be found in some of his poems. About the content from the expression of my pictures I can not express much in words. That’s why I paint and don’t write. In all my paintings I try to evoke certain moods in the viewer.
Review: Jürgen Fleischmann Photographs
November 2013 – March 2014
We would like to thank Jürgen Fleischmann very much for exhibiting his photographs with us.
Review: Johanna Dorner
MOUNTAINS AT THE ALPENHOF
Acrylic, charcoal on canvas and paper and colored pencil drawings
We would like to thank the artist and the visitors of the exhibition
In the middle of the garden. In the middle of Oberaudorf.
My green time out.
The Alpenhof offers a refined concept.
More green, more flair. More conscious enjoyment, more experience.