May 3, 2013
My next Foto des Tages will be May 9th ~ check it out on the Berliner Fenster…
That’s 7 for 2013, 21 all together!
My 6th Foto des Tages, will be showing throughout the Ubahn for for viewing pleasure on April 29th….
So, today I rode my bike to the Alter St. Matthäus Kirchhof – otherwise known as the cemetery where the Brothers Grimm are buried… More photos can be seen on my flickr page…..
My 5th Foto des Tages for 2013 will appear on an Ubahn line near you on April 15. For those of you playing at home, this is the 20th one since my arrival in Berlin in July 2012.
Deutsche Bank Kunsthalle…
Open call for artwork, displayed on Unter den Linden. Schicki Micki (whistles)
After waiting in line for 4 hours, I was finally able to drop off my artwork. But after taking art from 800 other artists, they were full up and I didn’t get into the first exhibit. So, I’ll be in the second exhibit at the end of April and I have to watch this website for more info…
German born and Internationally bred Artists’ coincidentally shared the last Berlin Summer together. Enjoying good times, painting missions, bbq’d floor sausage and plentiful amounts of deadly wine.
In anticipation of the most excellent Summer to come, the Kids welcome you to feel the good vibes that materialize when they band together.
Bring your shades when you walk into the ReTramp Gallery, as there will be an explosion of Street Art, Illustration, Mixed Media, Photography, Tattoo Design and Typography bursting off the white walls straight into your grill.
FRIDAY 29th MARCH
8PM – MIDNIGHT
KIDS OF SUMMER
If you are in Berlin on September 11th, then you should be at F.U.C. bar in Friedrichshain. Well, any Tuesday night, you should find yourself at F.U.C. Bar for Turbo Tuesdays. But ESPECIALLY on September 11th because I’ll be showing my most recent photos and a few smaller mixed media pieces.
Check it out! Fast Art News, published a little feature about me and my work….
Heather M. Schmaedeke is a professionally trained artist who received her B.A. in Fine Arts from Saint Xavier University, Chicago. Her artwork has been exhibited nationally in galleries and appeared in private collections both nationally and internationally. She is a contributing artist to Art-O-Mat, which vends pieces of art via revamped cigarette vending machines. Additionally she has also been published in Project Mixed Media, Certain Circuits magazine and the DCist.
Heather works in a variety of mediums including acrylic and watercolor, photography, mixed media, sculpture, glass and encaustic. She is always challenging herself and experimenting with new mediums, expanding her repertoire artistically whether independently or through more structured learning environments.