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02 December 2012 - 03 March 2013

Guus Jooss

The Dutch sculptor Guus Jooss worked for over 20 years with Italian marble. The forms of his works relate to music and dance, showing movement, rhythm, and harmony line. As an artist he has a mission to let the matter come to life with an idea. Guus Jooss is fascinated by the play of shapes. Each work is the result of an investigation that runs through the entire creative process and is only completed when all shapes form a plastic unit.


1976-1985 study of history, art history and archeology at the Utrecht University. Doctorate in 1985
1982 & 1983 participation in excavations in Rome
1985-1990 worked at the Historical Museum Rotterdam
1987-1988 evening classes at the Art Academy in Utrecht. Contact with stone processing
since 1988 in the area around Carrara / Italy. Learns stone working in collaboration with various foreign sculptors
1992-1996 worked at Het Nederlands Openluchtmuseum, Arnhem
1993-1997 training by working with a German art therapists
1993 - 2001 Care of sculpting at the International Summer Academy Campo dell 'Altissimo in the Apuan Alps (north-west Tuscany).
Since 1997 freelance artist and lecturer. Sculpture and drawing classes in and around Utrecht. Sculpture courses in Italy, Greece and France
Since 1991 participation in international sculpture symposium in the Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy and Germany
1993-1997 freelance artist and lecturer. Sculpture and drawing classes in and around Utrecht. Sculpture courses in Italy, Greece and France
1993 - 2001 Care of sculpting at the International Summer Academy Campo dell 'Altissimo in the Apuan Alps (north-west Tuscany).
1993 - 2002 Care of the publicity in the Netherlands for this organization.
since 1994 until now countless solo and group exhibitions at home and abroad
since 1997 Providing courses and sculpture portrait drawing course at various centers in and around Utrecht, organization and management of care in the intensive week courses in Utrecht and France.

Exhibitions (Selection)
1994 - 2000 Participation in the annual group exhibition at the artists' Voglio Vedere "Piano di Mommio, Italy.
Mai 1996 Participation in the group exhibition 'Outside View' with sculptures in stone and bronze at Galerie Westbroek.
1998 Participation sculptors symposium in Piano di Mommio, Italy
2001 Solo exhibition in the Town of Leersum with sculptures in stone and bronze, silkscreen on canvas, collages and painted and drawn portraits.
2002 Participation in the KAR, art fair in the Van Nelle building, Rotterdam, at the stand of Galerie Uilenburg, Wood.
2003 Solo exhibition at the law firm Pike Young and Partners, Utrecht, collages and sculptures in stone and bronze.
2003 Exhibition in the gallery of Lambros Diamantopoulos, Pyrgos, Tinos, Greece.
2004 Solo exhibition of sculptures and collages at the Art Library in the Public Library of the City of Woerden.
2004 Winner Audience Award at the art market in the town of Ede.
2005 Participation in international sculpture symposium and exhibition in gallery "Seidlstrasse 4", Murnau, FRG.
2006 Exhibition of sculpture and collages by cultural association "The Kijkdoos" in House Erica, Bennekom.
2006 Exhibition of sculpture and collages by cultural association "The Kijkdoos" in House Erica, Bennekom.
2007 Atelier Exhibition, Utrecht.
2008 September: Participation with collages group exhibition organized by Foundation "The Observatory" in the Kooremans Gate, Kampen.
2009 November: Participation with sculpture and collages group exhibition of Foundation "The Art Happen" in Ede
2010 November: Exhibition of sculpture by architects office Jinx, Amersfoort
2011 November: Participation in group exhibition at Gallery Spectrum, Euskirchen, FRG


23 September - 28 October 2012

Klaus Schröder – Sculpture Wood / Metal


The sculptor Klaus Schröder, Born in 1953, presents a series of works with the matter wood and iron in dialogue, where he uses the creative means of reflection. The different expression of wood and iron Schroeder compensates with the proportions. His abstract work avoids any possibillity of association and is dedicated to the sculpture itself as a form of expression.

Stefanie Wollenhaupt – Sculpture Stone / Wood

1961 Born in 1961 in Saarland
1981-1983 study graphic design in Saarbrücken with Professor O.Hohlweck
1983-1990 Art studies focusing sculpture
seit 1998 working as an art and craft teacher at the Waldorf School Obernberg


Stefanie Wollenhaupt is interested in the effect of the sculpture to the space. She is aware that each sculpture is forming an invisible but perceptible space around (surroundings?). Her work in wood or stone is telling stories, which the viewer is invited to help shape by going into a dialog with that space. Stefanie Wollenhaupt's including attitude towards the viewer is evident in her work.

24 June - 28 August 2012

Huguette Helmann – Painting and Sculpture

Born in Brussels in 1939, Huguette Helmann worked since her earliest childhood with artistic expression. This she could develop during her seven-year study at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels.

As a professor of drawing at the Royal College of Ganshoren, she maintained contact with artistic circles, and is enrolled in the Academy of Roger Somville Boitsfort.

She attended the workshop of Daniel Van den Driessche. Over the years, numerous works have been created where her passion is expressed in the use of bright colors. Her expressive power and accuracy of the attitudes are particularly evident in the sculptures, their bulls, nudes and portraits.


Huguette Helmann's artistic journey began with the painting. She painted nudes, landscapes, flowers, in large spiritual compositions. This was followed by the sculpture. She modeled acts, then angels, then bulls, last ones inspired by her partner, who was a portugese bullfighter. She returned to painting and started with woodcuts.

"My work is constantly changing. Just like I'm on the road to change, so also becomes my creation, and also the techniques and my way of expressing myself."
Whatever her means of expression is, in her work Huguette Helmann always explores the expression of movement and light.


Education, Prices, Illustration
Education Beaux Arts de Bruxelles
- Professeur de dessin
- Académie d'Uccle
- Atelier Mandelbaum
- Académie de Boisfort
- Atelier Somville
- Atelier Vandendriesche
Prices - 1er prix de dessin, Académie de Bruxelles
- 1er prix de peinture, Académie de Boitsfort
- Prix de la commune de Boitsfort
- Grand prix Goya (Paris)
- Médaille de la ville de La Rochelle
Illustration de poèmes de Jacques Oriol
"Douze chants "
Groupe de recherches polypoétiques

Exhibitions (Selection)
1977 Exposition de groupe, Nivelles
1979 Caisse d'Epargne, Bruxelles
1980 Salle Mercator, Bruxelles
1981 Médiathèque, Bruxelles
1982 Chapelle de Neder Over Hembeeck
1983 Banque de Bilbao, Marbella
1985 Collective, Madrid
Collective Bruxelles
Club Maritime, Marbella
Galerie l'Arcade Mauve, Bruxelles
1986 Galerie le doigt Image, Bruxelles
1989 Art et rencontre, Eauza-Gers
Restaurant Arnaud, Eauza-Gers
Restaurant du Lac, Eauza-Gers
Château de Lavardens, Eauza-Gers
1990 Galerie Herouet, Paris
Galerie 54 Faubourg St Honoré, Paris
1991 Exposition de Groupe, La Rochelle
1992 Exposition de Groupe, La Rochelle
1995 Exposition collective, Office du Tourisme, Aix en Provence
1997 Caisse d'Epargne, Toulon
2001 Exposition collective
Galerie Edmundo Cruz, Colares Portugal
Galeria Matriz, Lisbonne
2003 Galerie Artonef, Aix en Provence
2009 Exposition à la Galerie Polysémie1 "autour du corps, Marseille
Vit actuellement en Provence où elle peint et sculpte Depuis 1997 expose au Jas de la Rimade, Carcès

Kerstin Bear – Sculpture

IM.A. and Master of Business Administration
Since 2004 freelance artist
2004 Alanus University of Bonn in Alfter
Wood Sculpture lessons by Thom Luthi
2005 Cotignac / France
Stone sculpture lessons with Olivier Bataille and Saskia van der Made
2006 Studio founded in Munich
2006 - 2010 Sculpture School Reutlingen
Wood sculpture lessons with HWP Diedenhofen


In her work as a sculptor Kerstin Baer uses different stones and wood. Fascinated by the diverse nature of each material, she is always searching for a harmonious whole in each sculpture. Mainly she is inspired by the nature and the material itself. In dialogue with the material the sculpture developes itself. Her artworks are often abstract and organic. She likes to inspire and give space for own thoughts and interpretations of her work.


01 April - 10 June 2012

Ulrich Krämer – Sculpture

Ulrich Krämer was born in 1963 in Dusseldorf. From 1989-92 was his artistic training and work with the sculptor Herbert Lungwitz. After that his freelance work as a sculptor began. Since 1995 he has worked as a lecturer in the field of steel sculpturing.

Exhibitions (Selection)
1996 Rheinisch-Westfälische Auslandsgesellschaft, Dortmund
1997 GIB Existenzgründerzentrum, Bottrop
1998 Kunstacker Oberhausen und Kunstforum Essen
2000 Saalbau Essen
2001 Messe Essen, Fachmesse Schweissen und Schneiden Kunstmeile
2005 Galerie Neumühle, Edenkoben, Galerie Lang, Biberach
2006 Galerie Möller, Warnemünde und
Galerie Samuelis Baumgarte, Bielefeld
2007 Galerie Himmelreich, Magdeburg und
Galerie an der Pinakotek der Moderne, München
2010 Galerie DIEKUNST, Essen
2010 Kunst im Öffentlichen Raum, Essen- Ruhrpromenade


The material of the sculptor Ulrich Krämer is steel. Krämer was born in a "steel-region," the Ruhr. His material, which is usually reserved for industrial processes, unfolds in surprising new forms by the playful and passionate hand of touch of the artist. In spite of the hardness and impact of the material, Krämer manages to create delicate surfaces and soft, vulnerable designed shapes.

This contrast is one of the intentions of Ulrich Krämer’s work. The rough surfaces are the result of degradation, an energy that fascinates the artist. Destruction is a prerequisite, and thus part of any transformation, and is celebrated with joy by Krämer. By the process of destruction, the differences and contradictions of life become integrated. His sculptures convey an unconventionality that is beyond smooth and decorated surfaces.


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