Exhibitions

CURRENT EXHIBITION

CARMELA SULLIVAN and GEDEON REGLI

 

16 JUNE TO 28 JULY 2019

OPENING NIGHT:  15 JUNE 2019 AT 5:00 PM

 

 

CARMELA SULLIVAN and

GEDEON REGLI

 

Opening Night:  15 June 2019 at 5:00 pm 

 

Exhibition:  16 June to 28 July 2019

Thursday to Sunday

12:00 pm - 7:00 pm

 

 

https://www.carmelasullivan.ch

 

https://www.gedeonregli.ch/bildhauerei/gedeon-regli-iv/galerie/ 

 

ABOUT CARMELA SULLIVAN

 

Carmela Sullivan was born in Lucerne in 1993. She now lives in Stans, and works in Lucerne at Blade & Shade Tattoo Studio. 

 

In her early life she dealt with art and creative work, because her father is a painter and taught her about art very early on. She also lived with her family for about three years in South Carolina, America which also shaped her and expanded her visions. 

 

She completed her apprenticeship to an advertising agency in Lucerne and then worked as a graphic artist. 

 

For a long time she was fascinated by the art of tattooing and started designing tattoos.  Later, she started practicing tattooing on artificial skin day and night.  After a short time, she stopped working on artificial skin and worked with real customers.

 

Today, Carmela works full-time as a tattoo artist and paints pictures in her spare time to express all the visions she has in her head. 

 

Paintings from Carmella

 

https://www.carmelasullivan.ch

 

Tattoo event in the gallery

 

On June 22 from 1:00 to 7:00 pm

 

Carmela is fully booked up until end of 2020 but here you have an exclusive opportunity to to ahead of the line and get your long wanted Tatoo.

 

First come first serve“ (no reservations).   You are welcome to bring your own drawing, although only small ones like symbols or lettering can be made on this day.

 

Carmela offers some of her own drawings, so called „wannado’s“ which you can chose and which will have priority if your own one is too big or demands too much time.

 

 Payment only by cash or Twint

 

www.carmelasullivan.ch

 

GEDEON REGLI

 

Gedeon Regli was born in 1986 into a family of stone sculptors in Hospental. He matriculated in stone sculpture at the St. Gallen School of Art.  He also attended advanced training courses in, amongst others, nude-modelling and drawing, 2-and 3-D art, blacksmithing and calligraphy.

 

In addition to stone, he also works in wood, metal, concrete, leather, clay and plaster - sometimes combining these materials in his creations.  He lives and works in Hospental, Switzerland...