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You love painting. Then let yourself be surprised. In the south of Wismar, just a 10-minute walk from the market square, the Studio-Gallery Juergens is located.

The Gallery is open after a short reservation by phone or e-mail from 2pm to 7pm.

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Still life with Borage

2020 · 53 x 48 cm · In progress

Borage comes from the Mediterranean. In the 16th century he also reached the country gardens in Germany via France. The plant is used as a spice and medicinal plant.

Updated: 30/04/2020

Still life with Rhubarb

2020 · 45 x 60 cm · In preparation

I can't explain it to myself, but somehow this knotweed plant fascinates me. As a cool compote or on a cake, rhubarb is really delicious. A lot is edible, everything is paintable.

Updated: 25/04/2020

Red Kohlrabi II

2020 · 69 x 77 cm · In progress

Our garden influences my painting again. There is kohlrabi again. In Vienna it is called turnip. The Swiss say turnip cabbage to him. For me it is an apple that I eat while painting.

Updated: 25/04/2020


❯ A look into the studio gallery



Thoughts on the builder-owner of the house where the Atelier-Galerie has been located since 2018




Johannes Busch Wismar, Rudolf Karstadt Johannes Busch Wismar, Rudolf Karstadt

Johannes Busch · Architect

*03.03.1869 †15.06.1953


More than 70 buildings are attributed to him in Wismar. His work includes simple houses, villas and farmhouses as well as schools, department stores and factory buildings.

In 1906-1908 he built the ❯ headquarters for Rudolf Karstadt Johannes Busch Wismar, Rudolf Karstadt in Wismar and in 1912 the villa for himself and his family, in which the Studio-Gallery Juergens has been located since 2018. Today's Goethestrasse was called ❯ Fuerstengarten. Fürstengarten Wismar Goethestrasse From 1910 to 1930 the painter ❯ Sella Hasse Sella Hasse Wismar, Painter, Blind worker at Siemens 1932 lived in the house opposite in № 7.

Since 1898, Johannes Busch had the Wismarer citizenship. Since 1902 he worked as a consultant for the city.

As a freelance architect, he secured his influence on urban construction through memberships in the homeowners' association and in the trade association.

In 1913 he became chairman of the citizens' committee. Later he worked as a city councilor and city council until 1916. In 1913-28 he was a member of the municipal Commission for the Conservation of the Cityscape.

He died in Wismar on June 15, 1953 and was also buried ❯ here.



Music in the Studio


Studio-Phonograph Studio-Phonograph

Decca Records / Cahn, Chaplin · 1938

Joseph! Joseph! · Ambrose and his Orchestra · Vocal Chorus Evelyn Dall

Recording from the Studio-Phonograph © Ambrose and his Orchestra