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  some snapshots of a sunday sunwalk with the poet, philosopher & editor Dieter Scherr, my son Jan & our dog Ella through river Danube´s floodplain right under the Austrian village Haslau – & our coffee klatsch in the house of the artist Adolf Tuma, wellknown as painter & designer of a lot of international postage stamps. (Austrian artist´s fate: the Tuma-Wikipedia-link above is not available in german or english – but in french language… – alors, les français sont évidemment des connaisseurs de la philatélie!)

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Dieter Scherr: reading rehearsal                                   natural sculpture (by storm Emma or beaver?)

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in Adolf Tuma´s atelier, “Hugo” as we call him with his companion Evi,                              kingfisher- detail
  
 

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the two artists in animated conversation about the Pilcz-collection (see: Karlheinz Pilcz) literal & pictoral art, philosophical & metaphorical language compounded whilst Jan sharpens Hugo´s watercolour-pencils

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to a report about another revealing walk last weekend with Jan & Ella along the hills of sculptor´s symposium area at St.Margarethen & the loudless & almost unnoticed vanishing hewed stones there – click following link please: artstage

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photography: Andreas Roseneder                                                    phytography see: Skye Flora, Carl Farmer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2 Comments

  1. natural resistance!
    petasites hybridus??

  2. yes, butterbur, I´ve learned!


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