ARQUOIA studio - exhibition and sculpture garden

Anne-Katrin Altwein: Allonge. Marble. Studio ARQUOIA exhibition and sculpture garden in Ivenack, © Foto: Raphael Wolf
Exhibitions and Galleries

More than 100, partly changing art objects inside and in the open space complete the insight into the ARQUOIA studio.

Aquatint and watercolor;
intaglio and oil pastel;
hand drawings with pen and pencil;
Large sculptures in stone, metal, wood, plaster; Smaller, free ceramics; Larger porcelain sculptures
AND: For older and younger people who can handle a computer: From the studio ARQUOIA "Interactive Art", which generates itself in real time and reacts to the viewer - on interesting and 'rather philosophical' topics
Admission 3,- € / Children accompanied free of charge

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Atelier ARQUOIA

Eichenallee 33
17153 Ivenack


an@anne-katrin-altwein.de
http://www.anne-katrin-altwein.de
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