Affordable Art Fair Brussels

The artist and two of her sculptures at Affordable Art Fair Brussels

Affordable Art Fair Brussels March 23-27 was wonderful. Brussels alone is worth a trip: the city center with its many buildings from the 18th century, the skyscrapers made of steel and glass, muslim shopping streets, beautiful parks and of course the many different people. The Tour and Taxis area where the fair takes place impresses with its buildings from the beginning of the 20th century. The city is so diverse that I would have loved to stay longer.

And then the art fair! It is always impressive to see how diverse art can be. How many ideas people have! Art has been made for thousands of years and new and unique things are still being created. A wonderland to marvel at. The Affordable Art Fair Brussels was well attended and I got to talk to many people. It was great fun to speak French again. I'd rather not know how many mistakes I made. Fortunately, the people I spoke to were good-natured and patient. It is difficult to describe the material and the creation of my sculptures in a foreign language. We laughed a lot together.

See you next year, Affordable Art Fair Brussels, I'll be back!

ARTe Wiesbaden

Skulpturen auf der ARTe Wiesbaden
ARTe Wiesbaden 2021

Today I wallowed in memories of the ARTe Wiesbaden art fair. It were intense days with many interesting encounters and conversations. Despite the large number of visitors, there was always enough space in the large hall of the RheinMain CongressCenter to keep the necessary distance. I am already looking forward to the ARTe Wiesbaden next year. I'm looking forward to the atmosphere at the fair, to the great variety of works of art and artists. I look forward to showing my work. Most of all, I'm looking forward to meeting old friends and continuing on the conversations from last year.

In the large hall my sculptures were shown to their best advantage. This Youtube video shows them better than many photos: Sculpture stand at ARTe Wiesbaden 2021