Furnished with style
Brele Scholz and Karl Heinz Traut present the “most striking” exhibits. The wooden sculptures by Brele Scholz are, first of all, very eye-catching: two “Europeans” – heads – in the lobby and the figure “Lena” in the lounge. Secondly, the three glass works of art designed by Karl Heinz Traut with lighting decorate the full width of our pool in the spa. Like the whole hotel, it is furnished stylishly.
Wooden sculpture and wooden art
The sculptures called “Two Europeans”
The two wooden sculptures which have been designed by Brele Scholz are called “Two Europeans” and are to be found in the lobby of the Hofgut Georgenthal. They are a real eye-catcher at this place and provide the busy room with an individual touch.
The statue called “Lena”
Movement which is captured in wood, this is what the statue “Lena” stands for in the club lounge of Hofgut Georgenthal. The figure touches and stimulates at the same time. Nevertheless, it provides the room with a sense of cosiness and tranquillity. A harmonious interplay.
Art of glass
Works of art designed by Karl Heinz Traut
ÜFour pieces of glass art, designed by glass artist Karl Heinz Trautadorn the large wall
above our pool in the spa. Because of the interaction of the water of the pool and the light from outside, a Mediterranean ambience is created.
Partners of art
Are you interested in contemporary painting and sculpture?
Only five kilometres away from Hofgut Georgenthal with its 18-hole golf course, you will find the KUNSTHAUS TAUNUSSTEIN, located in the centre of Taunusstein-Niederlibbach. The new cubist building, in which the collectors Ulrich van Gemmern and Dr. Irene Haas present works from their collection and other artists, cannot be failed to catch the eye. A focus is laid on works of expressive power from the environment of the Berlin Heftigen. The exciting work of younger artists can also be discovered, who express themselves artistically in a variety of materials and forms. Come in and find out for yourself! If you need more information please visit the following webpage: www.kunsthaus-taunussstein.de.