All artists at a glance

Find all artists in alphabetical order, who had exhibitions at the Musikstudio und Galerie: Gabriele Paqué.
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Although painting has always been her dream, her profession did not leave enough of free time. As a product manager in the clothing industry, Gisela Aretz pursued an interesting job, which enabled her to deal with colors and shapes, thus addressing her artistic inclination. So it is hardly surprising that after her professional life she continues her creativity in a different form and has trained herself over several years with the help of several well-known artists.

Curriculum Vitae

  • born 1944 in Heinsberg and living in Heinsberg, Germany
  • 1983-2007   Product manager in the clothing industry
  • 2009-2012   „Sommerkunstakademie“: House Hohenbusch, Erkelenz

Private education and training at various artists:

  • 2009-2012   Peter Valentiner in Wegberg a. Cologne
  • 2012             Antonio Máro Ramirez, Eupen (Belgium): master pupil
  • 2012             Wolfgang Bühren, Mönchengladbach: portrait painting
  • 2012-2014   Artists meating Erkelenz, Atelierplatz
  • 2013             Prof. Dieter Crumbiegel, Heinsberg

Degree in Fine Arts at the Cologne University of Applied Sciences
Individual / group exhibitions in Bonn / Cologne Area, Berlin,
Alghero / Sardinia

Member of the artist group TATHERGANG
And the Ateliergemeinschaft 5 in 2

Last exhibitions:
2012 B12 …unter einer Decke
2013 Kaiser-Karl-Klinik …irgendwas ist immer
2014 B12 …zum Quadrat
2015 Bezirksbücherei Bad Godesberg …fast arglos

Ute Behrend and Florian von Wissel, artist and designer couple from Cologne, take it quite literally with the theme “cutout”. Wood is the material from which you simply cut out the things of life, our everyday life. Inspired by the little paper cutters that everyone knows, transferred to the wooden large format. High-precision images are cut out of the woods, detached from their surroundings. The view into the foliage of a forest belongs just as much as the stylized prefabricated building in Berlin or the milk-cake on the table.

  • born 1961 in Berlin
  • 1979-82 Carpentry teaching
  • 1985-87 studied Communication Design, University of Applied Sciences Wiesbaden
  • 1987-93 Studied Fotodesign, FH Dortmund, Diploma
  • 2005/06 Lehrauftrag, University of Applied Sciences Vorarlberg, Austria
  • 2007 Lehrauftrag Merz Akademie Stuttgart (Visiting)
  • 2008 Lehrauptrag University of Applied Sciences Bielefeld
  • Lives and works in Cologne

Viviane Betz Porträt

I’ve been painting since childhood. Sometimes more, sometimes less, but I couldn’t have lived without it. If it wasn’t painting that captivated me, I was busy with photography. This hobby I have rediscovered with the digital photography and its endless possibilities. One way of dealing with pictures enriches another one, because seeing, feeling, pleasure in creating and experimenting is all about this.

Personal development is also my profession. I am a psychologist and work mainly with people who are interested in grasping the development of their lives. I am mainly working with hypnosis and systemic methods.

Hypnosis and, above all, self-hypnosis is a wonderful way to relax, to relieve stress and to improve your overall condition.

  • Born on the 23rd of November 1956
  • 2009 Cultural Prize of the City of Annweiler am Trifels
  • 2005 Initiation of “Classic Photography”
  • 1998 Foundation of the “Academia Palatina” for the promotion of classical black and white photography
  • 1997 Diploma in Psychology, University of Koblenz-Landau
  • 1994 Appointed in the “German Society for Photography”
  • 1991 Agfa honorary award of the “Large Format Photo Foundation” and conception and construction of the 8x10inch enlargement “Landauer II”
    Since 1986 intensive examination of the medium of photography
  • 1982 – 1984 Secondary education, Abitur in Neuss
  • 1973 – 1976 Training as a chemigraph in Kaiserslautern

Lives and works as a freelance artist in Landau and Paris

  • 1964 born in Bergheim (near Cologne)
  • 1982 High school diploma
  • 1984 Graduation of the tailor training
  • 1984-88 Assistant to the costume designer Maria Lucas, Cologne
  • 1989-90 freelance work as costume designer, Cologne
  • 1990 Moves to the island of Ischia (Gulf of Naples) where she has lived and worked since
  • 1991 and subsequent years: concentration on painting and dyeing techniques of different textile materials and their further processing
  • 2000 Diploma as a sectional director
  • 2001 and 2004 birth of the two sons
  • 2005 Resumption of the tried and experimental exploration of new techniques, different fibers and their connection to obtain new textile formations

More information about this artist can be found here.

More information about this artist can be found here.

Nature as a source of inspiration coupled with textiles as a material – that is the basis for Sylvia Döhlers “art pieces”. Symbiotic, she processes natural materials, mostly leaves and flowers, with textile fabrics, combining both in a sustainable way. Thus it does not bring the floral ornament artificially onto the fabric, but into the fabrics. The flame-resistant substances are made from the natural raw material wood with the artist’s own technique – every further detail remains a secret. The result is a substance, through which not only silhouettes glimmer but also a haptic experience.

  • Born 1972 in Jena
  • 1992 Graduation as a tax account assistant in the middle management level
  • 1992 – 1995 high school diploma in the second educational path
  • 1998 Graduation as a florist
  • 2001 – 2006 Studied textile design at the University of Applied Sciences Hof,
    Department of Münchberg
  • International semester: University of Huddersfield, England
  • Practical study semester: Studio Nicky di Nicoletta Lanati & C. snc., Como, Italy
  • 2006 Graduate Designer (Textile)

Dao Droste Porträt

Dao Droste was born in 1952 into a viatnamese family with artistic tradition and lives in Germany. The ex-chemist (doctorate), Taoist and versatile artist (painting, sculpture, installation and video art) opened her studio in Eppelheim near Heidelberg in 1987.

With its large-scale floor installation “Open Mindedness” – a collection of 500 faces from terracotta in 1999 – Dao Droste has made herself an international name. In numerous exhibitions in historic settings, such as churches, castles and fortresses, she inspires her audience with the diversity of her oeuvre, always in connection with her intuition for the given architecture.

Mankind in harmony with nature and with itself – that is the ideal of the Taoist Dao Droste, the goal of existence and the great theme of her art. A deep human understanding, experience of nature and the reflection on inner values ​​are thus expressed.

In 2015 Dao Droste received the B.A.U.M. Environmental prize category “culture and media” for her work as a painter, sculptor and installation artist, who addresses people on the emotional level to aspects of the environment and sustainability.

… “Already in her early works Dao Droste has addressed the unity of nature as a whole -” connected in the cosmos “. In recent years, however, she has focused mainly on nature and mother earth, like just recently as the designer of the sculpture for the “One World Award”. Sustainability is a matter of heart, to which she creates artistic expression in a variety of ways. For this, she has also been awarded the environmental prize of the Federal German Working Group for Environmentally Sound Management (B.A.U.M.) in the category “Art” in 2015 … ”
– Dr. Markus Bohn, journalist (translated by Johannes Paqué)

Important exhibitions

1999-2017 Main projects:

  • Her major projects, “Open-Mindedness” (1999) and “Terra cantans” (2002), ground installations with 500-tone faces and 150 heads were shown in several places in Europe.
  • “diesseits jenseits” (2006) 3. ground- and sound installation with 84 terracotta busts for the first time in the castle of Neuenbürg / Landesmuseum Karlsruhe and in the crypt of the Stadtkirche Karlsruhe.
  • “Spirit of Water” (2002), “The Spirit of Nature” (2009) blacklight installation.
  • “Reise eines Endoskops” (2003) video installation.
  • “3 Altäre im Chinagarten” (2007) Mannheimer Luisenpark.
  • “Die Seele des Lotus” (Heinrich-Pesch-Haus, Ludwigshafen, 2010)
  • “ARTenvielfalt” (SusCon 2010, Nürnberger Convention Center, UNO Konferenz 2011)
  • “Über dem Lotossee”, Rapunzel 2014, Schloss Lautrach 2015, dedicated to the theme “sustainability”.

Exhibitions (selection):

  • Städtische Galerie Reutlingen
  • Chapelle Salpêtrière, Paris
  • St. Pierre le Jeune, Strassburg
  • Christ Church College, Oxford
  • Stadtkirche Karlsruhe
  • Dominikanerkloster, Frankfurt
  • Antico Castello sul mare, Rapallo
  • Goethe-Institut Inter-Nationes Nancy
  • Schloß Mochental, Ehingen/Donau
  • Veste Coburg
  • Villa Streccius, Landau / Haus Maikammer
  • Festung Rosenberg, Kronach
  • Wasserschloss Bad Rappenau
  • Convention Center Nürnberg, “ehemaliger Bundestag” Bonn
  • Schweizerische Triennale der Skulptur, Bad Ragaz
  • Born in England in 1943.
  • 1982 – 85 Corcoran School of Art, Washington DC
  • 1986 Start of his free-lance work
  • 1991 – lives and works in Bonn
  • 1995 founding member of the group coneXus

“… The charm comes (…)  by penetrating the interior of the painting. (…) The realm of the painting by Chris Eichholtz is the interrelation between interior and exterior. It is neither an interior, nor a dream-world, nor the external world, but the place of attitudes and standpoints, the place of the critical spirit … ”
(Dr. Viola Michely)

In a special edition the paper artist Stephanie Horster from Bonn, in cooperation with cabso, has adopted the theme of “cutting”. Hand-crafted papers form the material of her art. The finished pieces are very fragile – as is the handling with the papers. The artist proceeds with a lot of patience and sensitivity. In the current embossing works one finds oneself in the game around perception. Very light, very delicate cuttings of situations, fairy tales and everyday life are brought to or better into paper. The viewer is encouraged to complete the picture, to think the movement or the story further, remaining either in color or in the white.

  • Born 1963 in Bonn
  • 1980-1983 Bookbinding training in Bonn
  • 1983 Zanders Feinpapiere AG, Bergisch Gladbach: Learning the technique of the
  • 1984 Volunteer at the Museum of East Asian Art, State Museums of Berlin
  • 1986 traineeship at the landscape association of Rhineland, Brauweiler in the workshop for paper Conservation
  • until 1998 commissioned by several German and Austrian museums in the area of paper conservation
  • 1998 to 2000 foreign stay in Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • Since 2000 own studio for paper art and book binding
    Commissioned works for museums, galleries, collectors and antiques, as well as participation in various exhibitions with paper work

More information about this artist can be found here.

Milena Kunz-Bijno Porträt

Milena Kunz Bijno was born in 1942 in Turin, Italy. In 1963 she married a German diplomat and currently lives in Bad Honnef, Germany. With her husband she led a hiking life and moved 15 times abroad. Thus she stayed in Bonn, London, Bombay, Marseille among others. She has two sons.

She studied at the Institute of Arts and Crafts at the University of Bonn, as well as at the College of Arts in London (1964). Her stay in Bombay and her encounter with Indian culture influenced her works. She has already had exhibitions around the world, especially in India, Italy and Germany.

She is not only a painter but also a writer, and has published various works.

Engelbert Leichauer Porträt

In 1950 I was born in Nuremberg.

Sometimes I skipped school and spent the time in various garbage dumps. Every day there was something else that was of interest and of new use. Each thing already had its history and its destiny. In shop class, the teacher was desperate with me, but I had made some great things and also got prizes for them.

With my horticulture, which I founded with only 30 Deutsche Marks, I set new accents. I managed the business very successfully for seventeen years and in the end employed up to sixteen people.

When I built my first pond in 1985, they said I was crazy. Because I used old concrete, bricks, concrete rings in order to build crazy gardens and ponds. More than 2,000 ponds and wells followed, and in each of these ponds I saw this craziness again for which I was critized for.

During this time I discovered my artistic side and soon the first fountains were built, as well as watches and sculptures. These can be seen for example in the ARAG Haus in Nuremberg, in the main center of Conrad Elektronik, in the Landesbank Munich, in the Arabella Hotel in Frankfurt am Main, etc.

One of my fountains is found in Paris, another in Provence. In 1992 I met my wife, a French woman. The birth of our son made me rethink. So my life got a new direction and I gave my family and the sculptures the privilege. I moved to Paris, from there to Provence and now live with my family in Alsace.
Here in Ratzwiller I will build a sculpture park – with different artists.


  • Metalman: hand-welded and shaped
  • Processing of the works: wet paper, grass, wood wool as background + vinegar + salt – after several days or months, a structure is created
  • The metal works (stainless steel and iron) exude a warmth despite their cool material – the metal is brought to life by the processing
  • The coloring is influenced by the idea of ​​cave paintings (Leichauer was already fascinated by Africa and the expressive cave paintings, which stimulate emotions with little effort and few strokes): pastel colors – some faded, sometimes colors to be recognized
  • Often philosophical background: Vanitas (scythe & watch stand for death), triangle relationship, “The Finder” who is looking for the “now” in

– the center is the human being
– little abstraction
– the works speak stories about the now and here, about human relationships, quarrels, the relationship to yourself, others or something

Esotericism in the sense of symbolism: a direction is present, but no answer.
The use of glass for the lamps: combining glass of three artists in order to form a unit – a light association

More information about this artist can be found here.

More information about this artist can be found here.

I create objects that I present as an installation. I usually work with the material transparent paper – often “labeled” on long ribbons. I am also a painter and draftswoman and have been working with computers for two years.

Born in Dijon, France
Married, 2 children, has lived in Germany since 1966


  • 1956/57 Studies at the Ecole des Métiers d’Art, Paris
  • 1957/58 Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Nancy, F.
  • 1958/59 Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris
  • 1963/65 Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Strasburg
  • 1985-2001 Atelier in the Women’s Museum Bonn
  • Since 1986 member of the artist group delicate & zackig (z & z)
  • Since 2001 member of the studio community 5in2, Bonn


  • 1990 “Affaires Culturelles Françaises”
  • 1990 scholarship of the city of Bonn
  • 1993, “Max Kade Fellowship”, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
  • 1995 Scholarship of the Ministry of Culture of Thuringia

More information about this artist can be found here.

  • Nika Roßmöller- Schmidt Porträtborn 1952 in Legden, NRW
  • studies of chemistry and human medicine in Münster and Bonn, Germany
  • Autodidact, focus: painting
  • Artists’ groups: Marni, Südstart, member of the BBK Bonn

    Nika Roßmöller-Schmidt has dealt with the issue of good / evil in her own way since September 2001. She comments on the events from week to week, day by day, and pursues several series of picture motifs at the same time in the form of picture pairs. The mostly small-format pictures of figurative content are of intense color – which is quite intended: one is in reminiscence of old Technicolor films and the colors of the American road crosses of the sixties. The subjects of the largest paintings group are not coincidentally related to the high-gloss journals of the Yellow-Press and the world of advertising.
    Roßmüller-Schmidt uses both the medium of banality and subtle suggestion – the chilling surfaces of an “eye catcher”. Irony illuminates between the color layers. The type of hanging reminds of contact prints at the film. Since the painting series are all created simultaneously, the overall effect is strict despite the color and motif filling.

(Source: http://www.kuenstlerverzeichnis-bonn.de/index.php?fuseaction=kuenstler.anzeigen&kID=73)

Curriculum Vitae

Claus Bruno Schneider was born in 1945 in Klaffer, Upper Austria. He lives and works in Linz (Austria), Rovinj (Croatia) and Trieste (Italy). In 1969, he completed the art studies in Linz in the masterclass for contemporary art.

  • 1976 Design study stay at Saarbrücken, experimental design BMW
  • 1979 Prague Film School
  • 1990 Project work at the Ulm art foundation
  • 1990 Work residency in San José (USA)
  • 1993 Project “Nonverbal Dialogues”, Venice
  • 1994 Project “Ricordati”, Rome
  • 1997 Commissioned work in Hungary
  • 1998 Foundation of the studio in Linz
  • 2000 Long-term culture trip to Hungary, France and Spain
  • 2002 Wedding with Vesna Tinta
  • 2003 Order trip to Brussels
  • 2005 Publication of the book “Durchgezeichnet”
  • 2006 Work stays in Rovinj, Trieste and Linz
  • 2008 Moviemento “Art Video”
  • ArtBalloncam “Baromus”
  • Collaboration with the exhibition gallery Buchinger, Linz
  • Art gallery in Split with individual exhibitions
  • Gallery Domus Diocletianus
  • 2009 annual exhibition at the gallery Buchinger, Linz
  • 2010 Project “Art in Construction” at Hotel Lav, Split
  • 2011 Exhibition at the gallery Buchinger, Linz
  • 2012 Gallery Gabriele Paqué, Bonn
  • 2015 Gallery Gabriele Paqué, Bonn

(list of exhibitions may be incomplete)

Click here to find further information about her exhibition at our venue in January 2016.

  • 25.02.1941 born in Bregenz / Austria
  • living in Bonn since 1973
  • Working areas: painting, collage
  • 1963 to 1971: Private pupil of Professor Fritz Krcal, Bregenz
  • Member of the artist group Bonn, GEDOK Bonn e.V. and the international Lake Constance Club

At the beginning of my artistic activity, I was strongly influenced by my teacher, Professor Fritz Krcal. My further development is best represented by a quotation from the laudation of Professor Franz Bertel at the awarding of the first prize of the “Künstler sehen Hard” competition, 1981:

“These pictures are essential. In them, appearances are traced back to their essence. The accidental is removed, the abundance of the details is reduced. As in archetypal images, a characteristic reveals itself and gives the images their mental intensity … ”
(Prof. Franz Bertel)

– Numerous individual and group exhibitions at home and abroad
– Among others in Paris, Vienna, Bregenz, Hard, Lustenau, Hohenems, Bonn, Cologne, Freiburg, Munich, Düsseldorf, Duisburg, Aachen, Meersburg, Wilhelmshaven, Chemnitz, Glauchau, Amriswil

Lieselotte Freusberg / Barbara Göbel / Ursula Toyka-Fuong (Eds.), Print + co.op, offset + publishing company, Karlsruhe, 2002, o.S.
Imaginary portraita, Günther Nicolin (eds.), Printing and design, Collegium Josephinum, Bonn, 1990, o.S.
Voralberger Künstlerlexikon, DasKunsthaus Bregenz (Eds.), Bregenz, 2005, sub nomen

Works in public ownership:
Land Vorarlberg, market township Hard, Vorarlberger Landesmuseum, educational center Batschuns, Feriendorf Hübingen, Stadtsparkasse Siegburg, Deutsche Bank, Hypobank Vorarlberg

  • Christoph Valentin PorträtBorn in 1957 in Aberdeen, Scotland
  • 1965 Immigration to Germany (Wuppertal, Bremen)
  • 1978-83 Studied at the State Academy of Fine Arts, Stuttgart (Prof. Peter Grau, Prof. Albrecht Ade). Graduated with a diploma in graphic design
  • 1983-85 Lectureship at the state academy of Fine Arts Stuttgart in design and technology of audiovisual media (AV media)
  • 1985-86 lectureship in photography at the academy Stuttgart
  • 1984-86 Lecturer for photography and print-making at the vocational college for applied graphics, Stuttgart
  • 1987-92 Consultant and Speaker (1990/91) of the Landesgirokasse Stuttgart for Art and Culture
  • 1989 stay at the Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris
  • 1993-2006 Lectureship in photography in the field of art and visual communication at the FHS Pforzheim


Lives and works in Stuttgart

  • brigitte-wiegmann1940 born in Mönchengladbach
  • 1967 Residence in Bottrop
  • 1970-1976 Intense studies of art history, in particular the Bauhaus and the classical Modern
  • 1976 freelance painter and drafter
  • 1982 Member of the Düsseldorfer artist’s workshop “Malkasten”
  • 1999 Cultural Prize of the City of Bottrop
  • 2006 Publication of the book “Brigitte Wiegmann” in the series “Revieratelier”. Klartext publishing house, Essen

“…Brigitte Wiegmann has found a compositional structure for her painting, which could be defined as a descriptive way of drawing. These descriptions are set in accurate, yet also freely formulated structures on paper or painted on canvas. She chooses the canon of her colours in a wholly reflected manner, which she sets in a dense juxtaposition to each other on her large-format colour paintings and still manages to pursue a ‘very laborious way of realization’ despite of the colour intensity. “This structure stands in the context of a conceptual system of order, which is always implied in her color-spaced works, despite of all the freedom, and in which she offers the colour itself a platform, on which the multitude of colour shades can unfold freely and in a sound-intensive manner. In her color-spaced paintings she has found an independent language and formulation which can be summarized as fugue- and canon images, but reaching the symphonie of sounds through the tones of the colours alone.”

Dr. Gabriele Uelsberg, Direktorin Rheinisches Landesmuseum Bonn
in “Revier Atelier: Brigitte Wiegmann”, Klartext Verlag, Essen, 2006

Group exhibitions (selection)

  • 2002 „PORCUS ARTIS“, Kunstaktion: DAS KUNSTSCHWEIN, Sparkasse Mühlheim, (Katalog)
  • 2004 „HIER UND JETZT“ Aktuelle Kunst in Hamm und der Region Westfalen, Gustav-Lübcke-Museum, Hamm (Katalog)
  • 2008 „Schluss-Strich“, Städtischer Kulturbesitz Herne, Städt. Galerie, Emschertalmuseum u. Flottmannhallen, Herne, (Katalog)

Single exhibitions (selection)

  • 1998 Kölnisches Stadtmuseum, Köln, Karlheinz Stockhausen,( Katalog)
  • 2000 Johann-Sebastian-Bach-Museum, Leipzig (Faltblatt)
  • 2003 Museum am Ostwall Dortmund, FARBE-RHYTHMUS-RAUM (Katalog)
  • 2005 HAUS AM HORN, Weimar, UNESKO-Weltkulturerbe, ROT-FARBE-RHYTHMUS-RAUM (Faltblatt)
  • 2012 Meisterhaus Kandinsky/Klee, Dessau
  • 2012 Moses Mendelssohn Akademie, Halberstadt „100 Jahre John Cage“
  • 2015 PANkunstforum Niederrhein, Emmerich, „Farbe-Form-Konzept“
  • 2015 Flottmann-Hallen, Herne, „Farben Lesen Im Quadrat“
  • 2017 Musikstudio und Galerie Gabriele PAQUÉ, „Musikbilder vom Barock bis zur Gegenwart“

Works in public property of:

Stadt BottropSparkasse Bottrop, Sparkasse Gelsenkirchen-Buer, Deutsche Bank Düsseldorf,
Emscher Genossenschaft (Lipperverband Essen), Einrichtungshaus Ostermann (Bottrop), Kölnisches Stadtmuseum, Gustav-Lübcke-Museum Hamm, Johann-Sebastian-Bach-Museum Leipzig, Stiftung Weimarer Klassik/ Kunstsammlungen/Bauhaus-Museum Weimar, Emschertal-Museum Herne, Clemens-Sels-Museum Neuss, Wirtschaftskanzlei Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek

Ute Behrend and Florian von Wissel, artist and designer couple from Cologne, take it quite literally with the theme “cutout”. Wood is the material from which you simply cut out the things of life, our everyday life. Inspired by the little paper cutters that everyone knows, transferred to the wooden large format. High-precision images are cut out of the woods, detached from their surroundings. The view into the foliage of a forest belongs just as much as the stylized prefabricated building in Berlin or the milk-cake on the table.

  • Born 1967 in Hamburg
  • 1987-1988 Business studies, Marburg
  • 1988-1999 assistant at the Fotostudio Lichtwerk, Hamburg;
  • 1989 Studied visual communication / photography at Dortmund University of Applied Sciences
  • 1994 Diploma (Dipl.-Des.)
  • Since 1994 graphic designer & art director for design agencies, TV production companies, medium-sized companies
  • 2000 Foundation of hoop-de-la: Office of Visual Communication
  • 2009 Establishment of MOTIVSCHNITT

H. Winters’ main exposition is painting. In doing so, he uses the oil and tempera panel. His paintings are characterized by the urban landscape, examines urban thought models, asks for value. Urban mobility and ways of life become the subject matter of the paintings and form the framework for his confrontation with custody and formulation

  • Born in 1967 in Magdeburg
  • 1989-1991 Studied design, castle Giebichenstein in Halle/Saal
  • 1991-1995 art studies at the akademie voor kunst en industrie AKI te Enschede in the Netherlands.
  • 1995 Recommendation from the working group fine arts of the “fonds voor beeldende kunsten NL” for the awarding of the start scholarship
  • 1995-2009 studio in Cologne
  • Since 2009 studio in Bonn

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