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Dear fellow beings,

The last few months have been very tense, challenging and full of disclosure, with many 'figures' flushing to the surface. In the meantime the waves are calming down and enable us to view and sort the floating debris from underground in order to use them for new creative processing.

 My exhibition in the Venkatappa Art Gallery, Bangalore, from November 15th - 20th 2019 fulfilled my long-cherished dream of a Solo Show in a 'real' gallery. At the same time, it was a huge challenge which I could master only thanks to the invaluable help of B. Raja Sekhar and T. Chandra Mohan. The gallery management for example had given short term permission for a Children's Day-related coin exhibition in the space booked by me. So the buildup of my exhibition took three days.

Semyon Smirnovs Video shows impressions of the exhibition and of the gallery vicinity. The famous Cubbon Park is located directly behind the neighbor building. The Shanti Ananda School volunteers' visit on the last day of the exhibition was a highlight.


Chandra Mohan, me, Edmund, Irina, Karl


School classes, single visitors and tourists from many parts of India
came for inspection and contemplated on the exhibits.
Some interesting talks took place, and I got known of two artists from Bangalore and Mumbai.
The Shanti Ananda Nature Concept School enjoyed some Public Relation,
thanks to the presented mosaic laminates and info material.





It took time for me to recover from the exertions of this adventure. But since two months, I am again creating art work. I'm experimenting with structures, materials and various methods of applying the paint. The small format images, generated during the lockdown, have been named by me 'Corona' 1 - 6...


Corona 1

50 x 50 cm

Acrylics on Canvas and 3D objects (wood bark)


Corona 2

30 x 30 cm

Acrylics on Canvas, with molded effects and 3 D objects

Corona 3

50 x 50 cm

Acrylics on Canvas and 3 D objects

Corona 6

50 x 50 cm

Acrylics on Canvas with molded effects and 3D objects