Vernissage of art exhibition in the foyer
Oliver Köhl - 20 Seconds
One of the exhibits is the wooden sculpture ‘Blue Wave’. Photo works can be seen on the galleries, which belong to a series that won an art award. The light/dark drawings are located here as well, in which you can find motives of agglomeration and dissolution as well as light and shadow. Some stone sculptures have also found their places, they are made of local stone (‘Grüntenstein’). “Art has no limits. It inevitably leads to an increased perception of all life areas.” says Oliver Köhl. Köhl is a studied sculptor and works as a freelance artist in the Allgäu for 20 years now.
Well attended vernissage
“Art happens in the eye of the viewer.” says Harald Hertweck – Managing Director of Endress+Hauser Wetzer – during his welcome speech at the vernissage. Since 1993 annual art exhibitions are presented in the company. This time the vernissage was especially well attended and about 75 guests enjoyed discussing art while snacks and drinks were offered.
Intention of the art exhibition
The public exhibition offers local artists the opportunity to present their works. The company thus connects to art and culture in the surrounding area and the employees get new impulses for inspiration and relaxation for their daily work. The exhibition can be publicly visited to the usual opening hours. Information about artist as well exhibits are available at the welcome desk.