Together with the artist René Böll: Watercolours & Brush paintings by René Böll at the LVR-Landesmuseum in Bonn, Germany “Cillíní – The gravestones of the unblessed children of Ireland on the Achill Island” which inspired „The Last Days“ Op. 40 I. “At the tomb” for piano solo. Watercolours by René Böll had been inspired from “Requiescant in pace” & “Adieu” for piano solo. ArtMusic films by Vincenz Suter combining our work, “At the tomb”, “Requiescant in pace” and “Adieu” were on view between 2nd October 2014 – 4th January 2015 .
Together with Franziska Wigger, soprano, at Heidegg Castle, Switzerland in July, 2012 at the opening of “Poesie im Sommer” after the first performance of „The Four Leaf Clover” Op. 39 No. 1c which was especially composed to pay tribute to the Swiss artist Paul Klee, (Klee meaning clover) and the newly released book, “Am Anfang war das X-chen” by Dr. Angela Rosengart and Dr. Martina Kral.
“The Four Leaf Clover” – an art song inspired by Paul Klee’s “X=Chen” (1938) which further inspired a painting by Carmela Konrad which was then made into a short ArtMusicVideo. “The Four Leaf Clover” can now be heard on the CD for soprano and piano “To be an Artist” which is also available at the Museum Sammlung Rosengart Lucerne and Musik Hug.
“Sweetness” – a piece for two harps inspired by the painting (2012) of Rahel Suter-Portmann
“Venite” – a piece for piano inspired by the painting (2012) of Rahel Suter-Portmann which was then made into a short ArtMusicVideo. “Venite” can now be heard on the CD for piano solo “Everlasting Joy”.