GERMANY: Streetart Kirchheim – Monsters and Abstracts on the Neckar

The annual series of events “Art in May” in Kirchheim always marks the beginning of the new cultural year and now has cult status in the village. At this time, the Kunst und Kultur working group in Kirchheim – in short “KuKuK” – usually presents the exhibits of creative workers from the region on an extended weekend at the beginning or middle of May – usually with a lot of music. The working group “KuKuK” and the community continue to cultivate this tradition in the Corona year 2020 – albeit without bands and concerts, but with creative works of art under the open sky.

At the outdoor gallery along the Neckar Valley Cycle Route, there was an exhibition of pictures with 20 squares, each one measuring one metre, by the artists Lisa Nollenberger and Michael Arnold. The works in each case are reproductions of originals, which were drawn on taut frames and thus also defy a possible downpour. The pictures hung at the foot of the terraced steep-slope vineyards in the second row, so to speak, and are thus clearly visible from the height. And so the loving monsters of the local artist Lisa Nollenberger are currently captivating pedestrians and cyclists passing by. The Brackenheim artist Michael Arnold complements the exhibition with his ten “Andock-Pictures” under the characteristic title “Art from a Distance – Between Neckar and Steillagen.” Here we have a mixed gallery of these fabulous artworks on canvas in open space along the Neckar river close to Kirchheim. Comic Monsters and Abstract Art.


 Artists: Lisa Nollenberger & Michael Arnold



Photographer: Anton Michels


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