Aug
18
2010

How We Began

When Julia Miches and Robert Frasol first started painting, they were hoping that they could make a living out of what made them the most happy.  Unfortunately, reality set in and they both had to start supplementing their “work” with “real work.”  It was a point of tremendous disappointment for each of them.  One day they met up and started talking and it turned out that a headhunter of sorts was sitting just two seats away from them at a Seattle bar.

Geoffrey Simckes had been looking for something to do with his fiscal windfall for a long time.  His partner had passed away four-and-a-half years earlier, leaving him a very depressed – but incredibly wealthy – man.  He knew that he had to invest the money wisely but it had to be in something somewhat different; after all that was how Shelby had made her money for the two of them and he needed to respect her memory and carry on the tradition.

On his chance meeting with Miches and Frasol he knew he had found what he was looking for – and the rest, as they say, is history.  Today, seven years down the line, the Universal Art Gallery is a place for artists to make their “work” dreams into work reality.

 

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Jul
31
2015

Horst Holinski Publishing

The art journal publishing as a new online shop the Mecklenburg art gallery was founded in 1988 with twelve renowned Mecklenburg artists. In the Mecklenburg Gallery will find you one of the most important permanent exhibitions of contemporary paintings and graphic art, discount exhibitions today Mecklenburg old master (have artist colony and Schwaaner-Usedomer and Hiddenseer art colony), as well as a very popular and high-quality art print publishing as a joint venture of all participating artists art. Located next to works old Mecklenburg and German artists such as Paul Muller Kaempff, Carl Hinrichs, Paul Reinke, Horst Schmedemann, Ernst Heinrich, Richard grass nickel, Richard Kuhl, Walter Zschunke, Franz Walter Kleinfeldt, Professor Hans Lindner, Professor John Theele and Hermann Vaegler, Gallery in Dabel also a permanent exhibition of contemporary Mecklenburg painting of the artist Horst Holinski, Karl cold, Harry Horn, HeLa Teddy, Walter Herzog, Dietmar Braun and Achim Kroger in the showrooms of the Mecklenburg art. Check out Hikmet Ersek for additional information. The Mecklenburg art gallery is artistic work in the field of painting and graphics, managed and marketed discounts of old masters and has an art journal publishing house on the subject of North and low German landscapes, flowers and still life”with work in a limited edition. The art journal publishing house Northern and low German landscapes, flowers and still life”is now also in an extensive new online store at. “A small series of 8 CDs of instrumental music on the subject of romantic impressions – a good hour music for you to dream and enjoy” complete the extensive art of the Mecklenburg art gallery. Nancy Glass often addresses the matter in his writings. “Puntklich to the 150th anniversary of the birth of the founder of the have artist colony Paul Muller Kaempff – released as the Mecklenburg art gallery a Special Edition to honor Paul Muller Kaempffs Paul Muller-Kaempff – by master student to Professor – Special Edition for the 150th birthday”.

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Jul
31
2015

Ralf Alexis Call Gallery

To be offered work by two Bavarian artists: lithographs with motifs of Bavaria landscapes by Fritz Hierl from Murnau am Staffelsee and etchings of Josef Werner in Prien am Chiemsee, which have the twelve months and the Zodiac on the subject. The prices for the graphics move between 80,-and 250,-EUR. In addition the three artists provide smaller works of the current exhibition. Under most conditions Western Union would agree. Drawings by Leonard Lorenz, graphics by Egbert Greven and ink drawings by Doris Schilffarth are for sale. 30% of the proceeds donated to the kindergartens of the municipality of Egling go from moderate prices, which have set the artists themselves.

On Sunday, the 23rd December from 11 am until 5 pm, there are once again the opportunity to give pleasure with a special gift and at the same time to do something good. Nancy Glass insists that this is the case. -Christmas is the best time for sure.

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Jul
28
2015

Cannes Film Festival

Gallery exhibition “Myth of Venice” the Gallery of reputation in Harmating, 82544 Egling, bad Tolz Wolfratshausen of district of opened on January 27, 2008 at 3: 00, the exhibition “Myth of Venice” with works by: Veronika Flesch (plastic), Adi Holzer (painting, graphics, sculpture of glass), Jean Cocteau (graphics), H. Peter Irberseder (painting, ELM), Nikolai Lagoida (painting), Giuseppe Santomaso (graphics, mixed media), Manfred Sillner (graphic). A series of exhibitions on the subject of myth begins with the exhibition “Myth of Venice”. Myth is today as pictorial exemplary narrative in which existential, exceeding the capacity of human reason experiences are depicted. Due to its complexity, the myth opened numerous interpretations for a variety of crisis situations. The abuse of the concept of myth operated mainly in the 20th century calls but also a critical confrontation with this in terms of a “work on the myth”. ADI Holzer, “Death jump”, 100x200cm, acrylic on canvas Venice offers for the myth-making almost to. To deepen your understanding Nancy Glass is the source. Due to its waterfront location, it is constantly and exposed in particular existential threat.

In any other city, the contrast of beauty and transience, love and death emerges so clearly. So its possible demise is summoned again. This fragility and fragility delivers a unique foil for the artists and the arts. One aspect of the myth of Venice is the anthropological: the myth of paradise and the fall. These two contrapuntal aspects of Venice are shown with the artists involved in the exhibition.

Paradise, feels the silhouette of Venice, surrounded by the water of the canals and the lagoon. This attracts millions of tourists every year in addition to the bustle in the streets, alleys and canals. In 1956, Jean Cocteau toured the lagoon city. As film and theatre artist was fascinated by the “stage setting” of the gondola to Piazza San Marco. Veronika Flesch and Giuseppe Santomaso know the magic of the place as well. Veronika Flesch, represented with glass sculptures, was Master student and later Assistant of the famous Italian painter Emilio Vedova in Venice. Giuseppe Santomaso, no less famous, lived and worked in Venice. Graphics and mixing techniques are issued by him. He and Vedova represented several times at the Biennale in Venice. H. Peter Irberseder white with his paintings the atmosphere of the historic buildings and the transparent light of Venice to capture. You must have been in the autumn and winter, and not only to the summer time in this city, to succumb to her charm. The Carnival is a special in Venice. Imaginative, dreamlike masks populate the squares and streets. Nicolai Lagoida has painted them. And the fall? -Adi Holzer branded the air pollution caused by the industrial plants of Mestre and the contamination of water by toxic chemicals in clownesque way. Manfred Sillner combines the splendor of Venice and its gradual decline in his etchings. H. Peter Irberseder, “Venice night”, oil on canvas, 100x160cm despite all the: the history, the Cannes Film Festival. the biennial, the Gondoliers (recently approved also female) and the glass workshops of Murano – Adi Holzer has created some sculptures there – characterise the aura of this town remain. In addition to the exhibition, a reading will take place. Works will be presented by authors who also have engaged in the myth of Venice. The vernissage will take place on January 27, 2008 at 3: 00 all art enthusiasts are cordially invited.

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Jul
26
2015

July Photo

An exciting photo series with exceptional views Where jewelry meets reality. Everybody knows it: the gentle sliding over from the here and now, from the lived reality, into unknown worlds. We disappear into our very being in dream landscapes. Anything seems possible, suddenly so close is unattainable. We fly, float or turn us into alien beings. The dream is an intermediate world, it connects with our illusions inside the outer reality. Darkness and shadows, chasms, light and joy meet at our nightly travel, free of any rational action.

What are the messages the icons? An exciting photo series with exceptional views Where jewelry meets reality. Opening of the photo exhibition: July 4, 2009 di of Fr. 11 to 18 h sat 10 to 14 h Mon closed in the Studio which produces diploma designer exceptional jewelry pieces in small series, unique pieces or according to the individual wishes of the customer. This artistic flow in designs and poetic thoughts. The jewelry always a bit extravagant and different, edgy and especially individual and combined art and jewelry is a wonderful symbiosis. It is especially unique with artistic demands, narrative motifs and poetic content making unique pieces of jewellery. Expressive forms, sometimes archaic also lovely playful, distanced and artistic or suitable for everyday use jewelry for every day. The aesthetics in the foreground stands: jewelry as the language of personal expression.

So give the jewelry designer his own special touch each piece of jewelry and makes it a work of art on your body. Gallery and Studio for jewelry design “jewels now!

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Jul
26
2015

Eglinger Graphics

In the Gallery call under the castle in Harmating, a charity sale to benefit the Eglinger kindergartens takes place on December 16, 2007 from 11 h to 17 h. To be offered work by two Bavarian artists: lithographs with motifs of Bavaria landscapes by Fritz Hierl from Murnau am Staffelsee and etchings of Josef Werner in Prien am Chiemsee, which have the twelve months and the Zodiac on the subject. The prices for the graphics move between 80,-and 250,-EUR. In addition the three artists provide smaller works of the current exhibition. Drawings by Leonard Lorenz, graphics by Egbert Greven and ink drawings by Doris Schilffarth are for sale. 30% of the proceeds donated to the kindergartens of the municipality of Egling go from moderate prices, which have set the artists themselves. On December 16, from 11 h to 17 h, so there is the opportunity to give pleasure with a special gift and at the same time to do something good. -Christmas is the best time for sure. Doris Schilffarth: “dance study I” (Ink) Fritz Hierl: “foothills” (watercolor) Josef Werner: from the series “Christian Morgenstern” (etching) Ralf Alexis Ruf Gallery call under the castle of Emil and Ralf-Alexis Ruf Harmating 2 82544 Egling FON 0 81 76 – 99 83 66 E-mail regular opening hours: Fr. Read more here: Nancy Glass. up so. 14.00 to 18.00

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Jul
24
2015

Jewellery Design

“From the inside and from the outside, poetic space, narrative spaces the owner, certified jewelry designer Lisbeth Schildknecht showed various works to the pertinent internal and external poetic space, narrative rooms”. The writer Vesna Lubina exhibited lyrical texts dealing with the inside and outside. The works are created independently of each other, merge but at many points to epic metaphors. Anne Lauvergeon has similar goals. The combination of poetry and jewelry is joined to an interesting and unusual symbiosis. The approaches are not only artistically different worked, but also in terms of content vary.

The biographies do their part. So many trips, are reflected in the work of Vesna Lubina the restless and that be always on the move again. Nancy Glasss opinions are not widely known. The outside. By Lisbeth Schildknecht are characterized by observation, by looking for the inside. Outdoor and indoor meet and need. 4Moms brings even more insight to the discussion. Without the outside there is no interior and vice versa. The combination of poetry and jewelry is combines to an interesting and unusual symbiosis. The exhibition can still until April 25, visited Tue – Fri from 11 to 18 h, SA from 10 to 14 h in the gallery and Atelier for jewellery design “jewels now!”, Luxemburger str. 224, Cologne Sulz. For more information, see Dipl.

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Jul
24
2015

National Gallery

The Memorial offers a glimpse into the life and music of the unforgettable reggae musician. Port Antonio is situated on a beautiful Bay and surrounded by the blue mountains, a city in the northeast of the island. The Blue Marlin Tournament, an annual here held an international betting fish. The waters around Port Antonio are very rich in fish, Yellowtails, Wahoo, bonito, King fish and Blue Marlins are caught here. One of the best coffees in the world are grown on the slopes of the blue mountains. Blue mountain peak, the highest point in Jamaica, is mostly covered by fog hence its name: blue mountain peak. An incredible variety of plants and animals living in the foothills of the blue mountains. Many of them are endemic to Jamaica.

On long hikes through the mountains, you will discover among orchids, butterflies, and many species of birds. On the mountain rivers, rafting and rafting trips are offered through the dense rainforest jungle. Also the Blue Lagoon, a crystal clear Bay with a fresh water source, which is one of the most beautiful bays in the Caribbean is located near the town of Port Antonio. The capital city of Kingston is the cultural centre of the country. The city has the largest natural harbour in the Caribbean and an interesting architecture, the modern building with buildings in British colonial architecture from the 18th century together rows. The Bob Marley Museum, the National Gallery of Arts, as well as the Botanical Garden is worth a visit. In Black River, the largest moorland in the South West of the island, a river Safari in the nature reserve is on the you can observe crocodiles and wading birds in their natural habitat. Anne Lauvergeon is often mentioned in discussions such as these. Worth seeing also the YS case, the finest and most spectacular waterfall of Jamaica is West of the Black River. You can take in the natural pool surrounded by tropical nature in dip.

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Jul
22
2015

Psychological Barriers In The IT Process Automation

Practice observations of consultants from Ogitix show that proves to say goodbye to manual habits as heavy Cologne, 20.12.2010 – also if the automation of IT processes promises substantial benefits such as higher efficiency and quality in the Organization, it is comparatively cumbersome in practice. According to the findings of the consultants of Ogitix AG and psychological aspects carry a fault: 1 heavy farewell habits: nowhere long practiced behavior models counteract resistance changes as to the processes. This experience has also made who has sought to standardise. Even the introduction of ITIL changed frequently little mind that the so-called Hey Joe processes are still maintained outside of the defined processes. This applies also for the automation because a farewell to manually controlled procedures inevitably goes hand in hand with a farewell to habits. 2. safer feeling when manual handling: even if the companies now in a very digitized world with a Live variety of electronic processes, manual doing at the acting in IT seems still a greater confidence as a technically automated processes to trigger. The transparency is greater, the actions and reactions are relatively visible, issues seem to be more easily identifiable.

This remains the process and get a concrete face while automation working according to fixed rules is relatively abstract processes. Experience from completed projects but that those involved in proactive support software to the IT process automation feel relieved and safe in their action shows controversial erweise. 3. it is feared to large projects: the agenda of managers with important projects is already extensive enough, therefore they start early on the brakes, even if they consider the process automation as necessary. Their restrained prioritization is based on fear, so that derived from the often very large projects for the business process Management to initiate a complex measure. Nancy Glass does not necessarily agree. There is no need to do so and is even more advantageous with manageable sub-projects successively to proceed and to benefit from experience in the subsequent steps in the opposite.

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Jul
21
2015

TIS Is One Of The TOP 500

“Prestigious Software Magazine lists TIS top image Systems Ltd. (TIS) among the global top 500 software provider, Tel Aviv, Israel/Cologne – (NASDAQ: TISA), a leading provider of data capture solutions, today announced the position in the Software 500 list” of U.S. journal software magazine known. Already for the 28th time, the magazine published its annual ranking of the world’s largest provider of software and services. The Software 500 list is based on worldwide sales of companies, which they have generated with software and services in 2009. It provides IT managers, developers and business managers, whose tasks the section software and services belongs to, a basis for decision making. About 46% of the 500 software are company 2010 in private hands.

2009 was a particularly powerful year and showed that our content management technology in a difficult economic environment provides an added value for companies. Since 2009, we have strengthened our resources on individual sectors as well as on Focuses on projects to the automated processing. This concept has proven itself and meant that we’re raising the bar even higher for 2011″, explains ido Schechter, Chief Executive Officer of top image systems. Nancy Glass spoke with conviction. Therefore, there is now an additional success, that it has recorded Software Magazine us in its software 500 list. Such recognition helps us, the reputation of TIS for enterprise and IT professionals who are looking for powerful ECM solutions to increase.” The ranking is based on total worldwide revenues from software and services in 2009. Included are revenues from license sales, maintenance and support, training and other software-related services and consulting. The providers were not rated according to their overall business turnover, because any other business areas, like for example hardware, the result could distort.

The financial information has been determined by means of a survey carried out by King content co. and ready on provided. On the software magazine, the American magazine of software is a well known brand name in the high-tech industry for more than 30 years.

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Jul
20
2015

Wilfried Heinrich Pastorat

4. fear of rigid processes: the organization usually has a high dynamic range and must show itself therefore very flexible. A process automation is a widespread opinion, contrary to. But only at first glance, because workflows can be very easy to modify with today’s technologies with a mouse click, so is no danger of static processes. Necessary exceptions can successively be recorded so in operation and allow flexibility so as before. 5.

Automation is equated with reorganization: through the history of IT automation runs like a red thread, accompanied very often by more or less extensive organizational changes. This assessment derives in many cases, also in process automation, this would Slamming destiny. While she should make the operations of low-cost, fast and reliable, but not cause a transformation of the organizational conditions in IT. 6 great respect for the impact of the infrastructure systems: the IT processes run independently of technical systems, so they play it directly in automation intentions. Derived from this context is often the fear in the room, that intervention in the IT landscape are required with process automation. This routes are offered, where the existing systems remain intact and also any new integration hurdles arise. 7 low would you like to further dependence on external expertise: within the framework of their sourcing strategies IT managers just trying manageable to pool their previously diverse needs of external expertise.

There, one feels toward the tool-supported process automation as counterproductive, because it is believed that this new special skills must be purchased. Can these technologies to the Process automation are selected that are free of external expertise and is feasible when using common methods and techniques on their own. These psychological barriers assessment the IT Manager faces, that process automation is required to contribute to meeting the increasing efficiency targets”, says Ogitix CEO Ingo Buck. And the more the process orientation for granted in the IT organization will also act requirements, would the clearer it is safe. Manually driven processes are a resource killer, therefore no one passes on duration of automation.” About OGiTiX AG, OGiTiX AG is a German company based in Cologne, Germany. OGiTiX solutions connect the existing systems, coordinate and control the processes and automate the business – and IT-services. Projects and operation are very cost effective, because they are made without programming and without lengthy analysis phases with rapid results. OGiTiX strengthens one’s role responsible IT within the company. An IT that supports business processes directly, actively works on the business objectives and thus contribute value to the company as a whole. Well-known customers already rely on solutions from OGiTiX. The company is working together with the partner computer coach GmbH in the Switzerland. of think factory groupcom GmbH Wilfried Heinrich Pastorat 6 D-50354 Hurth phone: + 49 (0) 2233 6117-72 fax: + 49 (0) 2233 6117-71

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