From Thursday, May 23, nature moves in at the DHBW Heidenheim: Then Gunther Kerbes opens its exhibition “Nature Sounds” with a vernissage.
Stuttgart-based artist Gunther Kerbes studied painting, art history and intermediary design at the Stuttgart State Academy of Fine Arts. Since 2000 he has worked as a lecturer in art at the Hellenstein-Gymnasium in Heidenheim.
At numerous exhibitions in and outside the region Gunther Kerbes already showed a wide range of his works. Most recently, in March 2019, he took part in the 8th Baden-Württemberg Artists Fair in the Haus der Wirtschaft in Stuttgart.
In the modern rooms of the DHBW Heidenheim, Kerbes presents two combined groups of works, which form the focus of the exhibition. Largely monochrome images of numerous, multi-layered shades of pigments, oil paints and various binders can create their own spatial effect.
The series of realistic, partly painted in the Old Masters oil paintings shows natural structures such as leaves, reeds or rocks from Eselsburger valley in almost monochrome color spectrum. These rows are complemented by an almost illusionistically painted pelvic object.
The exhibition with various works will start on Thursday, May 23, at 5 pm with a vernissage. After a welcome by Prof. dr. Andreas Mahr, Prorector of DHBW Heidenheim, and an introduction by Dr. med. Manfred Allenhöfer, editorial director HNP / culture editor HZ i. R., the visitors can exchange ideas during the subsequent get-together and stroll through the exhibition. The vernissage will be framed musically by Fabian Kawohl & Vibraslap.
For better planning please contact us at info (at) dhbw-heidenheim.de or +49(0)7321.2722-132.
The exhibition can be visited free of charge from 24 May to 20 September, Mondays to Fridays from 9 am to 5 pm on the 5th floor of the DHBW Heidenheim.