René Bühler's "REBÜ" architectural art and Dominique Schuberth's colorful paintings come together in the Galeria Spada Basilea. Discover the hidden Swiss flag in her works.
Galeria Spada Basilea presents two outstanding artists: René Bühler "REBÜ", an architect and artist with a rich history in the architecture and art scene, and Dominique Schuberth, whose vibrant works tell of her travels and love of home. While REBÜ's works reflect the depth of his experience, Schuberth challenges the viewer to find the hidden Swiss flag in her colorful paintings. A visual feast for all art lovers.
René Bühler "REBÜ":
Architect and artist
Born: 26.03.1943 in Basel-father of two children and grandfather of five grandchildren
Profession: Architect - 1969 - 2002 Own architectural practice in Basel and Witterswil,
Branch office in Chez-le-Bart/NE. - Buildings throughout Switzerland and in neighboring countries.
Gallery owner: 1980 - 1995 Part-time, own gallery
"im Burehuus" in Witterswil SO. Up to 9 exhibitions per year of regionally, nationally and internationally renowned artists. Promotion of young talent.
Where is the Swiss flag?
My name is Dominique Schuberth, I live in Bottmingen and I've always painted. After my studies in
art history, among other things, I was fascinated and inspired by the 'Blaue Reiter' movement for a long time, but after living overseas for several years, I was captivated by the colorful life and cultures of the countries I visited. In recent years, my paintings have become more and more colorful and automatically put the viewer in a good mood. I prefer the intense luminous colors of oil and acrylic, which offer me many possibilities of expression.
A small Swiss flag is hidden in each of my paintings to express the joy of living in my homeland again. Can you find it?
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