Prof. Johannes Margreiter, Martin Reiter with artistsWirnsperger
Painting is like aging for the soul and for the students of the drawing and painting weeks at Professor Johannes Margreiter – a time of great creativity.
Reith It was again an exciting time for the students of the painting and drawing course July 24 to August 9 could experience. Since 2012, every year in St. Gertraudi under professional guidance Prof. Johannes Margreiter (Stamp painter and artist) and local Kundler "painted what he holds." This year, a (voluntary) theme appeared specifically addressing "Kaiser Max". For Professor Margreiter, however, it is important in his courses not to give binding guidance, and he says, "It's not about what I want, it's about what the students want – I support and help implement it." The artworks were created by painting and drawing weeks, presented to future artists on Friday, August 9, at a Outdoor Vernissage at Stoffelhäusl in St. Gertraud, probably the oldest and still preserved mining house on Reither Anger. And there was much to admire and admire – landscapes, animal paintings, portraits, … creativity was limitless. The unanimous opinion of many visitors was – it's beautiful in Stoffelhäusl!
The image becomes a seal
Another emphasis follows In early Octoberas all the pictures were numbered and interested visitors were invited to choose a personal favorite. The image with the most votes is then from Martin Reiter, the possessor, at "The Long Night of the Museum," October 5, at Stoffelhäusl presented and consequently a seal should be created from it.