Art exhibition with spectacular views
Last Friday an extraordinary art and lifestyle event took place in the hills of Port d’Andratx, Mallorca. The German construction company Dressler & Partner together with Art to B – The Lifestyle Company invited to the open house event with vernissage of my current works in their newly built villa. The works were exhibited throughout the villa, which captivates not only with its architecture and furnishings, but also with a breathtaking view of the Tramuntana mountains and the harbor of Port d’Andratx.
The event was initiated by Prof. Bettina Manshausen and her daughter Sara, who together run the lifestyle company Art to B. In their portfolio the components real estate, art and lifestyle products are combined in perfection.
Perfect ambience with chill-out music
It was a dazzling evening with the most beautiful Mallorca weather and wonderful house music by DJ Jay Bermudez, who brought along his girlfriend & model Louisa Kapitza as accompaniment. In addition, a surprise of the evening was the premiere of an aperitivo Lacascara, already known in Germany, which is obtained from the coffee cherry and is presented by Art to B exclusively in Mallorca.
Moderation with heart
A special pleasure for me was not only to be able to look into the beaming faces of the guests (and at the same time at my beaming works), but also to be welcomed by a special moderator: My husband Marcel Wüst, who charmingly guided us through the evening with his multilingualism and moderation experience (ARD cycling expert, ex-professional racing cyclist).
I thank all our wonderful guests for coming and congratulate the buyers on their new works. A special thanks to the hosts Wolfgang and Kioma Dresser, as well as to Bettina Manshausen and Sara Fischer from Art to B. Last but not least thanks to Andreas Dieck for his spectacular drone-fotos and -videos, Enzo Amos Barbato & his team VinoCelo for the catering, as well as Joachim Schmitt (Schmitt-Raumdesign) for the great outdoor furniture.❤️
PS: The video “Enjoy OPEN HOUSE & ART” – with fantastic drone images of the villa – offers a particularly great insight into the exhibition. ⬇️