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KLAUS BÜRGEL OPENING PHOTOS

Last Saturday's opening of Klaus Bürgel's exhibition at the gallery was wonderful. We had a fantastic turnout and a lovely evening, thank you everyone for attending! Below are a few photos of the opening reception.…





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Added by Patti Bleicher on December 2, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments

KLAUS BÜRGEL AT GALLERY LOUPE

Klaus Bürgel is a rigorous craftsperson whose jewelry both disguises and flaunts it's technical virtuosity. Each brooch in the Loop Series begins with an automatic drawing-which Bürgel scans into a computer and compresses before using the resulting image to cut into thin strips of metal he then begins to shape. A sculptural component enters the process as Bürgel adds layers of metal, rounding and blunting the edges of each loop so they too, become another set of surfaces and lines.…

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Added by Patti Bleicher on November 16, 2011 at 2:00pm — No Comments

Upcoming Fall Exhibitions

As we slip away from summertime, we are looking forward to two fall exhibitions at the gallery.

Please save these dates in your calendars:

Robert Ebendorf
Opening: October 15th
Exhibition runs October 11th through November 6th.

Klaus Burgel
Opening: November 19th
Exhibition runs November 14th through December 9th.

More details forthcoming soon!

Added by Patti Bleicher on September 23, 2011 at 10:05am — No Comments

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