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Ilona Griss-Schwärzler  1973, AT



Ilona Griss-Schwärzler, Wild & Free
Wild & Free
Planet Vivid Gallery

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Switzerland 2
Austria 2
Germany 1

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  Galerie Quattro Glattfelden, Switzerland 2
  Galerie Bertrand Kass, Austria 2

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1973 Born in Alberschwende/Vorarlberg (AT)

1991 - 1996 Visits courses and seimnars in the areas Oil Painting, Water Colors, Acrylic Painting, Nudes and Portrait.

since 1995 Art Teacher in her own art studio for different organisations, schools, companies and communities in the area of Oil Painting, Water Colors, Acrylic Painting and production of concrete sculptures in Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Italy.

since 2009 Art studio with art training center in Southern Italy in Apulien.

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Public exhibitions (Selection) 5  Please report missing Information

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   Theatre des Capucins, Luxembourg - Galerie Bertrand Kass, Innsbruck

   Gruppenausstellung - Galerie Bertrand Kass, Innsbruck

   Hans Heinrich Schrumpf und Ilona Griss - Galerie Quattro Glattfelden, Glattfelden

   zeitgenössische Kunst aus Österreich - Galerie Quattro Glattfelden, Glattfelden


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Last update: 30 January 2014
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