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Rathausgalerie Seewalchen awaits you with a new exhibition

Rathausgalerie Seewalchen awaits you with a new exhibition

sea. There is a new exhibition to visit in the town hall gallery in Seewalchen am Attersee.

Artist Cornelia Bells is presenting her work until the end of July 2023. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday 8am-12pm and Thursday 1pm-5pm.

Cornelia Elisabeth Pilz was born in 1968 and lives in Bad Goisern on Lake Hallstatt. The artist has been drawing since childhood. She was inspired by her grandfather and great-grandfather, both of whom were exceptional artists. Great-grandfather Johann Pilz was the conductor of the Hallstatt Salinenmusik (1906-1934) and had an excellent ear for music. He corrected the score for major composers, such as Strauss, Brahms and Wagner, who frequented the Seevilla Franziksa on Lake Hallstatt for several summers. Also a successful Kapellmeister (1934-1951) at Salinenmusik Hallstatt was grandfather Karl Pilz, who taught her how to draw. Her uncle, Hans Karl Pilz, was an Austrian opera singer (tenor) in Vienna. She began drawing pencil portraits at the age of eight, and then at the age of fourteen she won first prizes in an art competition. After that she specialized in watercolor painting and Goiserin also focused for a few years on the acrylic technique. When it comes to watercolor painting, she likes to be inspired by the beautiful Salzkammergut region and its animal world. Cornelia Elisabeth worked at the Bad Ischl District Court from 1985 to 2022 and always found her balance in painting. She also won prizes in art competitions in the judiciary. Various exhibitions of the artist took place in Bad Goisern, Bad Ischl, Altaussee, Salzburg, Gmunden, Hallstatt and Seewalchen am Attersee, but her work was also shown in Bad Reichenhall. The ongoing artistic design of Rösslerei product labels in Weisses Rössl on Lake Wolfgang has been the subject of her field of activity for several years.

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