From the beginning of June through the end of August, the exhibition noble & white attracted many kind visitors to Eschwege and engaged them. The exhibition started off slowly with only a few visitors, but the numbers steadily grew throughout the exhibition’s run. Interested visitors came from all parts of Germany, often having to travel a distance of many hundreds of kilometers; they also traveled from Italy, Switzerland, France, the Netherlands, Lithuania, the United States and Japan. Everyone was struck with the beauty of the presentation and were enthusiastic over the variety of the embroideries on display.
To everyone who made the trek to Eschwege this summer to see my exhibition, thank you from the bottom of my heart for the many good conversations, the productive shop-talks, the compliments and the approval.
Although I did not skimp on public relations and advertising, it has come to my attention that a great number of embroiderers learned about the exhibition too late. They long to see it!
Now I will give them the chance.
The pieces, which were on loan for the noble & white exhibition, have been returned to their owners. The resulting gaps have been filled with other exhibits very worth seeing. So, I now can present a slightly restructured, but still big and interesting, exhibition which I will open for visitors at pre-arranged times. To address the individual needs, I will open the exhibition through special request only. Please note: the exhibition’s summer 2014 hours are no longer valid.
Please send me an email to schedule your special and private viewing of this wonderful exhibition.
|1 person||12,00 €|
|2 people||9,00 € per person|
|3 people||7,00 € per person|
|4 people||6,00 € per person|
|5 or more people||5,00 € per person|
Gradually, I will develop my museum into a center for Schwalm whitework. To some degree, it is already transpiring since nowhere in the world is there
- so many different Schwalm crowns shown in one place
- so many different filling patterns to be seen in one exhibition
- so many different pieces of contemporary Schwalm whitework gathered into a permanent exhibition
- such a large and marvelous whitework sampler, made by a single embroiderer