On 15.6. and 16.6. 2019 the time has come again! The members of the regional associations for applied and visual arts (BAK, BBK-SH and Gedok) will open their studios and workshops throughout the country. Guests and colleagues from Denmark will … Continue reading
The art of Schleswig-Holstein will again be presented in its entirety in 2017: On July 1st / 2nd, the members of the regional associations for applied and visual art (BAK, BBK and Gedok) open their studios to the interested public. … Continue reading
In his gallery in the Bövergeest Erhard Schiel welcomed his guests, and in his adress of welcome he reminded one or the other of the first meetings and contacts. Many guests are connected to Erhard as lovers and buyers of … Continue reading
To seize everything “at a glance”, the artist created three screens, together 6.66 m long and 2.06 m high. Erhard Schiel imagined to paint St. Peter-Ording and its beach from obliquely above and to let the perspective run into the … Continue reading
The organizer of the chamber music day, the well-known violist Wolfgang Hinzpeter and Werner Domann from the tourist center had the idea to perform the music of Eduard Lassen (1830-1904) for the first performance (1861) of Friedrich Hebel ‘s “Die Nibelungen” while simultaneously showing pictures on this topic by Erhard Schiel.
Erhard Schiel here with his picture “Kriemhild”.
The dramatic-colored pictures – or cut-outs – were projected onto the black stage background of the “Dünenhus”.
This was the case at the opening concert of the 3rd chamber music day on Friday, September 6th, in the “Dünenhus”.
Kriemhild mourns her Siegfried, who was murdered by Hagen von Tronje. She wants to avenge him. She has invited all the Nibelungen to the court of her second husband, Hunnenkönig Attila. These pictures were produced by Erhard Schiel for the performance of the Nibelungs (3rd chamber music day in St. Peter-Ording). A short text was read and while the musicians were playing, the pictures fitting to the respective theme were projected onto the stage.
What is the charm of the old masters? Why do generations of artists and art historians always concern themselves with the works of Rembrandt, Rubens, Vermeer, Dürer, Caravaggio, and Velasquez to mention just a few? Because these works still have … Continue reading
Dear friends of art, I would like to draw your attention to the book on my artistic work published at the end of July 2012. I am glad that it was finished in time for my third exhibition on the … Continue reading