Friday, November 19, 2010

Michaeliskirche revisited

Interwoven Traditions: New Mexico and Bauhaus came down the end of October.  I am waiting for FedEx to return my tapestries to me.  They were picked up in Erfurt on November 6th and have been stuck in the vortex of customs both in Frankfurt and Memphis for quite awhile.  Finally it appears they are on a truck and should be in my driveway any time now.  With the return of my work, I am reviewing the Bauhaus project again as I write some articles about it...  and fortunately, I received photos from photographers much better than I and I thought I would share some of them here.
Emmy and I hanging Contemplative Garden
photo: Cornelia Theimer Gardella


Michaeliskirche
photo: Cornelia Theimer Gardella

Left to right: Inscription and Emergence II (Rebecca Mezoff) and Wheelmaker I and II (James Koehler)
photo: Cornelia Theimer Gardella
Left to right: Contemplative Garden (Rebecca Mezoff), Topography, Abiquiu Lines, and Passages (Cornelia Theimer Gardella), Halcyon Days II and Inscription (Rebecca Mezoff)
photo: Cornelia Theimer Gardella
James Koehler Harmonic Oscillation XLVIII-LIII
Crowd listening to the organ concert at the opening
photo: Wolfgang Theimer
Frau Hecker pronouncing the show officially "open"
photo: Hamish John Appleby

James Koehler talking about his work at the opening
photo: Hamish John Appleby
Cornelia Theimer Gardella talking about her work at the opening
photo: Hamish John Appleby
The crowd in the courtyard
photo: Hamish John Appleby

photo: Hamish John Appleby
James Koehler, Rebecca Mezoff, Cornelia Theimer Gardella
photo: Hamish John Appleby
The Bauhaus project was a wonderful, challenging, educational experience.  I would do it again in a second...

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