Blog - Exhibitions

Lahn Artists Photo Group Exhibition
20th November 2015
Three members of our group are exhibiting at the St. Vincenz Krankenhaus in Limburg. We have stepped in to fill a void left by someone who decided to back out of their scheduled exhibition. I enjoy showing my work, especially with others in the group. Our Theme is "Kontraste", which was perfect to show some of my infrared photos and some new landscape photos that I shot a few weeks ago.

A big thanks to Herbert Ristl, the manager of the group, for arranging this for us.

After finishing the installation of the exhibition. From left: Herbert Ristl, me, Vladi Murtin
Exhibition at Leifheit-Kulturhaus in Nassau
28th March 2015
A group exhibition with the Einricher Kunstfreunde will be at the Leifheit-Kulturhaus in Nassau, Germany from April 17 to May 29, 2015. The opening will be held on April 17 at 7:00pm at the Kulturhaus. We have a nice variety of exhibitors.

20th June 2014
On Saturday, July 19th from 2pm onwards, KuKuNat in Netzbach will be holding their sixth art festival. There will be loads of exhibitions to be seen, music to be heard and food to be eaten. This is my first time participating in KuKunat so, if you're in the area, be sure to come by. The theme of this year's festival is the color orange, so my photos will be, well, primarily orange. I will have a number of never-seen-before photos.

Hope to see you there!

(Yes, Sherry Hauziwickl is, in fact me). :)
"Mit Alle Sinne" Group Exhibition in Nassau, Germany
08th May 2014
I'm participating in a group exhibition in the Günter Leifheit-Haus in Nassau, Germany until June 28th. The group is the Nassauer KünstlerStammtisch, which meets the first Monday of every month. It's comprised of ceramists, painters, sculptors and myself as the lone photographer.

The vernissage was well attended and opened by the city mayor. The press was also in attendance and wrote a nice article.

InfraROT Exhibition/Ausstelllungen in Gießen
18th January 2014

The exhibition will consist of infrared photos taken by an infrared camera and also with infrared film.

A Vernissage will be held on Jan. 25 at 14:00 on the 3rd floor (3. OG).
Upcoming Exhibition
02nd March 2012
Seventy artists - painters, sculptors, photographers, and the like - will be exhibiting in the Kreishaus in Bad Ems, Germany from March 22 through April 20, 2012. One hundred eighty-one works are scheduled to be shown. I received an invitation to show and gladly accepted as I have shown in the Kreishaus and thoroughly enjoyed it.

I received a number of invitations and posters in the mail and was pleasantly surprised to see one of the photos that I plan on showing is featured on it - the black and white photo of the castle on the left side.

The exhibition opening is Thursday, March 22 at 6pm with the District Administrator, among others, scheduled to speak.
When Professionalism Pays Off
04th July 2011
I hadn’t planned on participating in a local event exhibition due to the fact that I wasn’t going to be in the country. But when the manager of our photo group told me that he might not have enough photos for the exhibition, I asked my husband if he could deliver and hang photos if I put together some for the exhibition. He agreed to, so I planned it in before my trip.

The photos – 20 of them – were ready a few days before I left, and I worked up a hanging plan. My husband not only hung the photos but was in attendance during the event to answer any questions. He sent photos to me showing not only my contribution but the fact that the room was full. Several of the other participating photographer’s were also in attendance during the showing and a good time was had by all.

Wolf, always on the lookout for an opportunity for showing my work, asked the owner if there was any possibility that the photo group could show there again. The owner mentioned that there was a festival planned in a couple of weeks and that they had another photographer showing there, but there was room for more. He expressed his disappointment at the hodgepodge appearance of some of the other photos at the exhibition and said that the offer to show in the room would only be extended to me. If anyone else wanted to show their photos, they could, but in another room.

When the owners’ decision was made known to the group, only two other photographers decided to show. The manager of our group was quite angry at the decision and declined. After talking to the owner about his decision, I decided to go ahead and participate. I didn’t regret it. The three days were fun, I got to know quite a number of people and was even afforded an opportunity to hang out in the rafters behind the stage where the bands played to take some photos.

In the end, the owner respected my professionalism and I don’t doubt that, if an opportunity arises again to exhibit there, he’ll call.

Fans enjoying themselves during the afternoon band sessions.

While everyone danced to the music, one fan seemed to just enjoy listening.

One fan crowd surfs.

The band finishes the last song of their set.

As I hung up in the rafters, I noticed that someone had drawn hearts on the stage.