It rings at the door, we open the door – and we are happy to see Cosima again after a really long time. She comes together with her friend Jill, a wonderful young lady. It is not less than seven years ago that Cosima came to us for a portfolio preparation and now it is nearly completing her art studies at the Art Academy in Leipzig, where she studied fine arts even that she also has always had an eye on communication design.
It was a very exciting and entertaining and above all alive-friendly late afternoon with the two, which even longer withdrew into the evening.
Constanze has been the most experienced and oldest participant during the last semesters. She came with a huge package of good experiences in drawing and painting and – above all – with good humor. Regarding her former studies she also was very important for the social structure within the course a a social pedagogue.
It is a pity that we know that „older“ participants do have to work harder to get the possibility for a study in Fine Arts in Germany. They should be further than the younger ones, more defined in what they want to express and still open for everything. A really hard job. So, anyway, the portfolio preparation at the VON ERLENBACH KUNSTSCHULE can also serve for any form of orientation and very good information about all possibilities for a successful application or for a wider form of artistic living. All these different aspects world fantastic with Constanze and so we hope that she will find a place at an Academy that respects her art work and her development she made, even that she is older than 30 years. We keep fingers crossed for her and we will be happy to hear from her again.
If we had more people like Navot the price would be that we all had stomach pains, so much as to laugh with him. It was pure joy with him in any way, even if we did have to bring him back to concentration. We made a short interview with him that you will find on our Youtube-channel
His concern to study architecture has consistently been showed not only in the numerous sketchbooks, but also in his portfolio. And yet he also showed not one-dimensional, but he always found a position in the various exercises, a point where he could transfer the task to an individual work .
We knew about the fact that there is a musuem of Juan Miro in Barcelona. We have visited it several times. That you`ll find a even larger fundaciòn in Palma, on the balearic island Mallorca, was fairly new. So we were impressed about the large scale of works, about the amazing architecture and, above all, about the studios you will find here. They look like the artist just went away for a coffee and the atmosphere is a really good one.
Jule is a very quiet, very special person. You could see it even in her first early works she made at our Art School. Portraits in charcoal, which dived formally in the background, disappeared in fog and only dimly emerged. The work took time and Jule worked constantly and focused and developed her own technology successively. Despite the dark, gloomy work, or perhaps because of, her art work radiated from an uncommon individuality.
It made us much joy to observe and to accompany her in this development and we were pleased with her when she was accepted at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste Hamburg with her first application and we hope for her and wish her, that she will be well accompanied in her further studies.
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