A rush of colors, oscillating between object and abstraction – that is the first impression when you visit the exhibition "colorful" by christine G. Hirt enters the kronach tax office. Sometimes it is paintings in warm orange and red tones, then again in blue and green variations, with which the versatile painter sends her audience into a roller coaster of colors, feelings and perceptions.
Already at the opening of the exhibition on wednesday evening, the head of the office, gunter wolkersdorfer, was able to welcome an overwhelming number of visitors interested in art – among them many friends and relatives of the artist – in the "fastest" exhibition hall welcome to the bavarian tax office. He and the third mayor of kronach, markus wich, were pleased that the pictures had brought so much color into the tax office.
Return to home
Wich considered the life of the painter, who was born in weibenbrunn, later lived in wiesbaden and frankfurt, and has now returned to kronach, to be virtually a "prototype" of a person connected to the region, who went out into the world and then found his way back home again. He thanked the tireless cultural mediator ingo cesaro, who conceptually supervised the gallery and made such enriching art and cultural landscapes possible for the authority. Cesaro was concerned to present mainly abstract color compositions of the artist, especially since her representational painting is regularly exhibited at the art fair "artkronach" and can be seen at the mitwitz art market.