25 years of Zeichenwerk
This year it is time and we look back with satisfaction on 25 lively years in which we were able to support many people in developing and refining their drawing techniques.
What makes me very happy is that I still really enjoy teaching the art of drawing and that new ideas keep coming up. So the flame is still burning very hot.
Although we are looking more into the future, at this moment I would like to look back into the past and show you a few pictures from back then 🙂
The same room in 1995 and 2019. It all started with the drawing work at St. Ursula 12 in Augsburg. The seminars were held here for 5 years. We still use the beautiful seminar room from time to time – what memories!
My seminars always had to be fun and relaxed, then as now. Unfortunately, I’m not as flexible as I was back then.
Soon I was also giving drawing seminars at technical colleges, like here in Nürtingen around 1998. Explaining things clearly so that everyone understands has always been my requirement. That’s how I developed the video system back then. A camera was used to transmit a signal to televisions so that the students could record. And I could even deliver flicker-free quality – quite expensive at the time.
What was unique in Germany at that time, I look at today with a smile. The televisions were quite small after all.
At the end of the 90s, projectors became interesting. The quality of screen projections was already enormous. Here you can see our second seminar room in Stadtbergen. Most of our seminars were held there between 2000 and 2005.
Most of our seminars took place there between 2000 and 2005. Naturally with the finest picture and audio quality, as the Zeichenwerk is constantly evolving. In 2008, after a lot of hard work, my book “Zeichnen in der Gartengestaltung” Ulmer-Verlag was finished and translated into Russian.
Now I have told the story of the Zeichenwerk and I would like to thank everyone who met us along the way.
We have great plans and visions for the future. We will inform you in good time.
Best regards, Daniel Nies