Of Lines and Curves

Summer exhibition by Eva Maisch at the Hofstall in Lindelbach/Randersacker.

It has been five years since Eva Maisch and Walter Jäckl opened their “Hofstall” with the first summer party in Lindelbach, Franconia. The couple’s customers and friends now know what to expect at the painstakingly renovated and converted former Franconian farmstead, where renowned artists present their creations in an informal atmosphere amidst lush summer flowers and old stone walls. Each artist’s creations virtuously occupy an imaginary space between art, creative craft, and design. 

In 2023, Ike Jünger from Munich and Silke Trekel from Halle/Saale will present author’s jewelry, Veronika Beckh from Berlin will show vessels and objects made of glass, Sebastian Scheid from Düdelsheim will exhibit ceramics, Laurenz Stockner from Brixen/South Tyrol will display forged works, Emma Terweduwe from Ghent, Belgium, will present her woven artworks, and Robert Hoffmann from Berlin will show architectural light objects. 

Enamel brooch by Ike Jünger. The Munich-based jewelry artist is inspired by nature’s finely tuned palette of colors.

Silke Trekel. Folded elements made of titanium line up to form sensitively balanced pendants that make the hard metal seem lively and elegant.

Laurenz Stockner. Each of these bowls, which were recently awarded the Bavarian State Prize, is made from an ingot of “Prettau copper.” The irregular rim of the bowl recalls the forging process.

Veronika Beckh. Her group of works intingo (Latin for “I dive in”) expresses the flowing quality of the glass and the immersion into glowing molten glass.

Modular Light by Robert Hoffmann. The interplay of light, shadow and texture is characteristic. Depending on the incident light and its angle, the movable metal elements change the effect of the space and invite to help shape it.

Sebastian Scheid. The monochrome colors and highly textured surfaces in these ceramic vessels are borrowed from nature and recall the chapped bark of weathered tree trunks.

Emma Terweduwe. Her tactile woven fabrics are also a critique of our fast-paced and superficial society, which increasingly values appearance over content.

Julie Metzdorf, cultural journalist for Bayerischer Rundfunk and longtime author for Art Aurea, will speak at the opening of the exhibition on Friday, June 30, at 7 p.m.

The artists will personally present their works on all three days of the exhibition in Lindelbach. Selected artworks will be moved to Schmuck, Eva Maisch’s workshop gallery, at Sterngasse 5 in Würzburg on Tuesday, July 4, 2023.

  • Im Hofstall
    Wäldleinstraße 1
    97236 Randersacker/Lindelbach
  • June 30, 2023 – from 7 pm
    July 1, 2023 – 2 to 9 p.m. 
    July 2, 2023 – 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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