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Werner Kiesel's "Landscapes" on exhibit at the FRITSCH Technology Center
Mediterranean Light(lifePR) ( Markt Einersheim, )
Only works that are in some respect at least related to Franconian life and culture are exhibited at this venue in Kitzingen. And a glance at Kiesel's CV shows that the artist satisfies this requirement many times over. Born in 1956 in Obertheres, he began his studies in 1977 at the Academy of Fine Arts in Nürnberg under the direction of professors Dollhopf, Weil and Scharl . After his exams and before starting his career as an art teacher at the Gymnasium, Kiesel worked as a lecturer at the Technical College in Coburg. Today he lives in the far west Franconian city of Aschaffenburg. Kiesel's landscapes, however, are in no way "Franconian" if what we mean by this is a simple folksy earthiness. On the contrary, his works are imbued with rather a southern, almost Mediterranean, light of longing.
Kiesel is now the fourth artist to exhibit his works to the general public at the FRITSCH Technology Center in Kitzingen. The "holy halls", as keynote speaker Dr. Magnus Kuhn referred to them with a touch of irony, are thus establishing themselves slowly but surely as a haven for Franconian artists and their works. Providing the musical backdrop at the vernissage held on 11 November was Rosemarie Seitz from Eibelstadt, performing works of Alphonse Hasselmans, Naomi Shemer and Samuel O. Pratt on the harp.
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