Simone Draxler With New Images At SaltoTemporale

The artist Simone Draxler shows her new paintings at SaltoTemporale in Frankfurt/Main, because the artist shows her paintings like “normal”business of art”Jen has. Since December 2007, the artist Simone Draxler, art Office Frankfurt, goes with the founders of SaltoTemporale, Walther-von-Cronberg-Platz 11, to show their art 60594 Frankfurt am Main, new ways. Behind design objects, antiques and works of Heinz Kreutz, painter of the Frankfurt artists group Quadriga, it shows pictures from their current ranks: WZzR, ENTROPY, and the fifth element. Recently, the large acrylic work find space in a loft-like retail space, elaborately designed by SaltoTemporale for sale by “Objects of the way of life”. And this, noticed as the artist on the occasion of the opening in December, finally with a sales concept that in Frankfurt seems not only unique, but also finally brings something new in the context of space and art. About Simone Draxler: Simone Draxler, lives and works in Frankfurt am Main and in Salzburg.

in 1983, she began painting. Solo exhibitions in Cologne and Frankfurt in 1991 earned her the first major successes. Followed by further exhibitions and art projects. in 2004 she founded the “tempsartgallery”, which makes it possible for companies to install a series of images of the artist in selected business areas on time. in 2006, she founded her present-day art Office Frankfurt. Simone Draxler estimates but also their own private circle interested her art. Exactly this circle – off by “official gallery mode” – their art to make more accessible, she called the exhibition “come to Lake yellow world” 2003 DieZimmerGalerie on the Kaiserplatz square in Frankfurt am Main in life; a project for a selected circle of art in an intimate setting.

Past Eras Of Furniture – Antique Furniture

Antique furniture Ruckbesinung on the good old days back then it would have hardly anyone thought possible, that one hundred and more years later pieces of furniture as art objects would be traded, could be incurred by all sectors of the economy. The older furniture, lamps and co. the better. The better get more profitable. And even in style and nature products inspired by the original serve a hot sought-after market of the elitist piece long to mass production. What is often forgotten this: even in the 19th century pieces of furniture on the Assembly line have been produced already.

The applicable today as a box-office hit Vienna coffee house Chair is here as one of the most famous pieces of furniture Chair no. 14 “(today: model 214) of the who was born in Germany and died in Vienna Carpenter master and entrepreneur Michael Thonet (1796-1871) named. The extremely simple, made in bug Holztechnik Chair is one of the world’s most powerful sales industrial products at all. in 1850 he came up the market and was sold over 50 million copies in less than 100 years. With simple seating about 4000 years before Christ its course took already in antiquity the history of furniture. Seat shapes and materials are from funerary objects and wall paintings. In ancient times ((1000 BC – 500 BC) tables, beds and stools joined. In the Romanesque (800 – 1250 ad), iron was used as construction additives after was working previously exclusively with wood and natural products.

During the Gothic period (1250-1500), the canopy bed and the Scissor Chair emerged and carpenters and Joiners emerged from the occupation of Kistler later. The most commonly used type of wood was oak. In the Renaissance (1500-1650), also called the rebirth of antiquity, use furniture with carvings have been upgraded. Gallery Chair, which arose in this period, is the ancestor of today’s classic kitchen Chair.

Medieval Swords

You beautifully shiny collections are expression of the desire in antiques after display of craftsmanship. The production of medieval swords in the today’s antiques and collectors of antiques so much coveted required the participation of several specialized craftsmen. The sheet maker who forged the sword blade, the sword grinder polishers, who brought it to perfection, the booklet maker, which produced the booklet and various craftsmen, whose areas of expertise were it to bind the booklet and to establish the sword cutting were involved in the work. The basic material for a sword was always a rod made of an iron-steel alloy. The degree of hardness and desired flexibility has been set with the composition of the alloy. Keith McLoughlin has similar goals.

After the first grinding the blade was heated. The colour of the metal was, when the temperature had been reached. The sheet was then dipped in oil and reheated on a but lower temperature before it is annealed in lead and cooled was. These operations were reduced to any tension in the sheet. After welding the handle pin, the sheet for the final grinding and polishing work was ready. For this, they used a series of sanding wheels, which were connected by a belt with a water-powered wheel. The blade was polished at edges with various, increasingly finer grit. The last operation was then grinding with a polishing, so that the sheet was a mirror-polished surface.

We looked at some swords later, in the 17th and 18th century, almost as fashion jewelry, where the decorative part of which was the issue. Issues from precious metal were poured into their individual parts form and subsequently decorated almost always with files and chisels. You beautifully shiny collections are expression of the desire in antiques after presentation of craftsmanship at perfection. Corinna Wan

Katrin Straesser

Often an extended range proves to be as a good extra income because without much Overhead of more products with a good margin can be inserted in the range. These other products depend on the orientation and size of your business. Examples are literature or toiletries for antiques. Up-selling, however, is to move customers to buy a higher quality product. So, by making him aware, for example, on special products and thus attract the attention of customers. Customer loyalty customer loyalty is the third way with which a business can increase its turnover. Why is this so? Many customers ever change the business and buy somewhere else, for any reason whatsoever. So we always have a natural churn”or turnover of customers.

Customer loyalty, however, means to counteract this natural fluctuation. It means to make the customers who have already purchased from you, regular customers and to make customers loyal regulars. The first step is to go back to always good quality and a Special and friendly service. So well restored pieces, a smiling saleswoman and also a good price / performance ratio contribute to customer loyalty. These aspects are not unfortunately still not everywhere of course.

Therefore, you have a good chance to stand out from your competitors alone on an excellent offer. Other possibilities are also special customer loyalty programmes. E.g. loyalty cards can be or bonus booklet, where your customer for repeated purchases from you with a small gift will be rewarded. With these three pillars, antique dealers have the opportunity to keep their revenues stable even in tough times, and even increasing. Dr. Anne-Katrin Straesser is management consultant and author of the book the secret of marketing for antique dealers.” This book appears in a few weeks on the market, but is available at in advance as an ebook.