"My job is my vocation!" is the motto of Mrs. Ingrid Achleitner.
My mission is not to "just" make jewelry, but to set impulses so that we manifest ALL, more "aware-ness" in our lives.
Working with symbols that can develop a great power, if they are pure-hearted and serve the positive, is for me a very big HEART task !!!!!
I want to convey messages with my creations, so that the human being, towards all life, again shows more respect, gratitude, appreciation and love.
I'm glad if I can inspire YOU a bit to live your true essence ...
Because we ARE love that wants to be lived through us!
More information at: www.schmuck-kunst.eu
I am looking forward to your visit in my studio in Bad Goisern.
Experience a 360 degree Live-Panorama of Bad Goisern
The then owner, Gottlieb Schilcher, had the house replenished and modernized.
In the building fabric, these expansion steps can be understood. On the ground floor you can see two doors in the stone central wall. The right door is lower than the left. It can be clearly demonstrated that the right door is older than the left. The steep staircase to the first floor was only opened by the current owner (since 1974) and replaced by a spacious, illuminated, staircase. There is also a "window into the past" with the unpainted, intricate, stone masonry.
Originally, this house was a forge. A functional building of modest dimensions. Today, the foundation for eating and anvils in the cellar testifies to this use. In 1584 the smithy was first mentioned with the owner Winkler Pangratz. The owners moved quickly, in 1910 the grandparents of the current owner took over the house. Until 1880 the building had only one ground floor.
The whole house is bricked up in stone on the north side, in wood on the south side. The upper floor is much higher than the ground floor. This first floor was rented until the 1940s, as it offered a self-contained unit. The charming porch increased the attractiveness of the summer apartment. The grandmother of the present owner often told of the "gentlemen". These stayed up to two months in summer. Almost family relationships developed between tenants and landlords. Since the building fabric is endangered by subsidence on the south side, everything spoke against a restoration of the building.
Against all economic reason Hans Reisenauer went to work. In-house and mostly with own handwork the building was renovated. Today's condition is the result of much work and some empathy. Hans Reisenauer strives to preserve the tradition outwardly. Inside, the boundaries of traditional craftsmanship are consciously crossed to offer a play of the zeitgeist.
Whether the attempt has succeeded in building a bridge between past and present will be shown by the future.
Solo and Group Guided Tours are possible after appointment by phone
Tel.: +43 681 103 345 02
Online-Shop as well!
The Art Workshop is located in front of the Market Square next to the Cafe Maislinger. Parking is possible in front of the municipal office or behind the Hand.Werk.Haus.
Please get in touch for more information.