Magdalena Oppelt and Petra Harder | Frauenpower | Exhibition

Magdalena Oppelt and Petra Harder | Frauenpower | Exhibition

February 04, 2019

Magdalena Oppelt is a German artist born in 1955 in Neutraubling near Regensburg's, Germany. Magdalena's attention is paid to all materials found in nature, which gives her pictures shape and volume: sand, clay, stones, wood, as well as prefabricated workpieces of metal, paper, etc., are integrated in her works, sometimes like material collages seeming compositions.

To view Magdalena's full collection click - The Online Art Gallery of Magdalena Oppelt

 

Exhibition Dates: 1st February, 2019 to 24th February 2019

Exhibition Hours: 6-9pm Friday / 10am to 2pm Saturday/ 2pm-5pm Sunday

Venue: Mayer's Altes Hallenbad, Kastaudenstr. 11,8590 Romanshorn

Google Maps - https://tinyurl.com/y834qf9x




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