Thursday, 25 November 2010

Open Studio | Offenes Atelier

For the ones of you who are in the area, I would like to invite you to the open studio on Saturday, 27.11.10 starting at 18:00 and Sunday, 28.11.10 from 11:00-18:00 in the Wipplingerstrasse 14, 3.Floor, 1010 Wien.

Seit September bin ich nun in meinem neuen Atelier in der Wipplingerstrasse. Somit ist es nun an der Zeit eine Eröffnungsfeier zu machen, bei der ich auch meine aktuellen Bilder präsentieren werde.

Am Samstag, 27.11.2010 ab 18:00 Uhr lade ich Euch recht herzlich in die Wipplingerstrasse 14/ 3. Stock, 1010 Wien ein. Das Ende ist offen und wer an diesen Abend keine Zeit haben sollte, der hat die Möglichkeit am Sonntag, 28.11.2010 von 11:00-18:00 Uhr im Atelier vorbeizukommen.



The model and the painter had just left the building. | Das Modell und der Maler haben gerade das Gebäude verlassen.

Here is one more from the factory | Hier ist ein weiteres Bild aus der Fabrik


WheelMachine | RadMaschine, 24 x 30 cm, Oil on Canvaspanel


The location | Die Örtlichkeit

8 comments:

rahina q.h. said...

wish i could come, i miss Vienna and its wonderful streets and galleries. Wishing you all the best on this open day. Love the colour choices you have made in the painting.

rob ijbema said...

love these machine paintings stefan

Joe Kresoja said...

Love it!

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Hi Rahina!
You should really come to Vienna. It is such a great place to be.
Thanks for your comment.

Stefan Nuetzel said...

Thank you, Rob and Joe!

phuongtran said...

Your paintings are very vivid and realistic. I really like them!


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