Kunstfest in Gmunden

kunstfest
Im Rahmen des Gmundner Monscheinbummels laden
Ateliers, Galerien und Kunstwerkstätten in der Traungasse
und am Marktplatz am
30.Juli 2015 von 17 – 22 Uhr zum
KUNSTFEST – mit MUSIK und POESIE

Bei freiem Eintritt erwartet die Besucher
des Mondscheinbummels
ein vielfältiges Kulturprogramm:

Galerie Tacheles – 17.00
Laura Kubik – Musik
Traungasse 12

Atelier am Markt – 18.00
Clara und Siegfried Steinkogler – Musik
+ Doris Hafellner – Lesung „Allersanft“
Marktplatz 19

Galerie Tacheles Keller – 18.00
Erich Langwiesner – Lesung
Traungasse 12

Raum.Schau.Eck u. Galerie Kunstforum – 19.00
Anette Friedel – Ausstellungseröffnung
Bürgermeister Stefan Krapf eröffnet das Kunstfest
Traungasse 12a u. Traungasse 8

Galerie Tacheles – 20.00 bis 22.00
Paul Jaeg- Das präparierte Knie“.
Hypermoderne Musik und Texte
Traungasse 12

Schuhatelier „Operation Paprika“ – 20.00
Gerd Wemscher – Lesung
„Der Schuhflüsterer“ von Harald Salfinger
Carl Fellingergasse 6

Raum.Schau.Eck – 20.25
Siegfried Holzbauer – Lesung „Le sung“
Traungasse 8

ARThaus4 – 21.00
Inga Lynch – Rootsmusic, Americana, Blues u. Folk
Marktplatz 14

Atelier Hans Kienesberger – 17.00 bis 20.00
zu jeder vollen Stunde
Traungasse 3
SALINE ZENTRAL
Film von Hans Kienesberger u. Peter Putz
FESTIVAL DER REGIONEN „Hackln in Ebensee“ Beitrag

Karen Zierler

Karen Zierler: „I support SOWOLDI in this project, having myself survived a violent
situation as a young woman, I understand the importance of providing
support for women in distress. Women suffer today from objectifiation,
submission, exploitation, and media manipulation more so today than in
the 20th century. Working toward solutions, and providing a saftey net
is of upmost importance.“

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Karen Zierler was born in Los Angeles, California. She studied oil
painting at the San Juan Capistrano School of Art for adults as a young
child where she learned to work with the pallet knife and brush, to
chose color pallets via color theory, and to appreciate perspective in
landscapes or the joys of still-life. As an early teen, she was sent to
study renaissance master-style glazing at a private studio in North
Hollywood, and continued to further her education throughout her life,
studying life drawing in Orange Coast College, and Art History at the
University of California. She is experienced in mixed media, charcoal,
color pencil, water color, and most especially oil painting. Her work
has vast range with influences from impressionism, contemporary realism
with a focus on „Lost and Found Edges“, fantasy, traditional landscape
and still life. Her work often uses a form of grisaille under-painting
followed by glazing and alla prima to envoke classical chiaroscuro.