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am 23.+24.05.2019, 15.00-18.00 Uhr | Atelier Urstall ORT: ATELIER FLORIAN LECHNER, URSTALL 154, 83131 NUßDORF AM INN
Anlässlich der spannenden Vorträge von PROF. GERALD HÜTHER AM 23. MAI 20 UHR IM FESTSPIELHAUS ERL: „IN WÜRDE LEBEN – AUF DER SUCHE NACH DEM VERLORENEN GLÜCK“
und von PROF. HARALD LESCH AM 24. MAI 20 UHR IM KULTURQUARTIER KUFSTEIN: „HANDELN FÜR EINE WELT, IN DER WIR LEBEN WOLLEN“
ist das Glas-Licht-Atelier an diesen beiden Tagen jeweils von 15 bis 18 Uhr geöffnet. Ich selber werde anwesend sein und DAS MATERIELLE LICHT an Beispielen meiner Skulpturen erläutern.
Ich freue mich auf Ihr Kommen!
From 1959 until 1963 I studiedpainting in Paris. My professor was Joseph Lacasse, who showed me a new aspect of the world and confronted me with the topic of "Light" again and again. On my pilgrimage to Chatre I experienced a key moment in the cathedral that since then has shaped my way of artistic work. From that moment on, I focused on creating a connection between glass and light.
Then I worked as a freelance artist from 1964 until 1980. In addition to that, I was engaged as an extracurricular art mediator at Neubeuern Castle. There, I created a Â glass workshop for students in 1967.
Since 1980 I have been working as freelance glass artist, specialized in the connection between glass, light and sound. Back then, I moved to Nussdorf in order to build my art workshop on an area of a former factory. The key element are my Â my self-constructed furnaces, in which I manufacture the large-size glasses for projects like the fountain for the Bavarian State Bank in Munich that you can see in its courtyard. I used the vastness of my atelier to work out my own dimensions of: Glass - Light - Sound.
My art can be experienced through exhibitions in my workshop. In addition, I also use my atelier as a concert stage for my own performances, but also performances from my fellow artists.