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Endress+Hauser in Nesselwang unites technology and art

27th art exhibition officially opened: Vernissage of the painter Dr. Phil. Magdalena Willems-Pisarek

Endress+Hauser unites technology and art again this year. The exhibition "Malerei Dr. Phil. Magdalena Willems-Pisarek" was officially opened on February 13, 20. Every year the company expands the regional network between creativity and innovative solutions.

Annually Endress+Hauser Temperature+System Products offers regional artists the opportunity to exhibit their work in the foyer of the company. These works can be viewed daily by employees and customers of the international company. The exhibition is also open to other interested parties during the company's opening hours.

The painter, whose life and work are based in Wertach/Allgaeu, has already won several prizes for her art, such as the culture prize of the Oberallgaeu district in 2004, the Thomas-Dachser Memorial Prize in 2005 and the Johann-Georg-Grimm Prize in 2016.

The vernissage took place in musical dialogue with Achim Rinderle, who set some of the paintings to music with saxophone and clarinet. "The individual setting of the works of art brought them to life", said one visitor.

In the further course of the event, the visitors were able to get to know the company and the artist in direct dialogue. "A deep understanding of nature is the basis of my work," said the artist. Each picture visualizes an actual location in nature. Trees, fields, mountains and many other elements of nature are the focus of her artwork. A pleasant change from technology in a harmonic combination with the Allgaeu landscape.

Visitors of the vernissage marvel at the works of art by painter Magdalena Willems-Pisarek ©Endress+Hauser
Achim Rinderle plays saxophone to the works of the painter Magdalena Willems-Pisarek ©Endress+Hauser
Impressions of the art exhibition "Malerei Dr. Phil. Magdalena Willems-Pisarek" ©Endress+Hauser
Work of art by the painter Magdalena Willems-Pisarek ©Endress+Hauser