CURRENT EXHIBITION at THE ERDMANNSHOHLE, HASEL/BADEN, GERMANY
Paul Douglas' current exhibition at the lovely Landgasthof Erdmannshoehle, which first went up in April, 2010 WILL NOW BE EXTENDED INTO 2011, with a completion date yet to be fixed. Nearer the time a finissage will be announced which is most likely to be in the late spring of 2011. The Erdmannshoehle is in the beautiful historic Black Forest town of Hasel in Southern Germany.
His Vernissage was at 7:00pm in the evening on Friday 30th April, 2010, photos of which can be viewed below including a copy of his press review.
This truly beautiful hotel is situated in the heart of the spendid Black Forest and is well reknown for its gourmet cuisine, luxurious accomodation and wonderful restaurants and public rooms, which have all been extensively refurbished just in the past year. The Erdmannshoehle is also situated in the Dreilandereck region where both France and Switzerland are only a few Kilometers away as well as the cosmopoliten cities of Zurich and Basel being very near.
This hotel has been an established feature of this region for many years and is owned and run by Horst and Ellen Volker who take great pride in giving their guests an unforgetable experience. In addition this hotel has a wonderful arts programme, the "Kunstforum" run by Mr Peter Grueninger who is a very established and respected artist and scholar and has overseen and run this successful programmme for many years. If you click on the link above you can access this hotel's extensive website.
Paul was the "artist in residence" at the Erdmannshohle as part of this "Kunstforum" programme and stayed at the Erdmannshohle from Tuesday 27th April until Monday, 10th May, 2010. While he was there Paul painted works inspired by the beautiful Black Forest region. One of his works completed while there can be viewed below. This was Paul's second time at the Kunstforum. He also spent three weeks there in 2004.
BELOW are the latest photos of Paul's Vernissage which took place on April 30th, 2010. Included in this series of photos is a copy of of the press report which followed the Vernissage. Paul's exhibition is currently in place at the Erdmannshoehle, AND, HAS BEEN EXTENDED INTO 2011, at a date yet to be announced.