10th June 2019
Studio Peter Weidenbaum is pleased to inform you that a new destination has been chosen for Peter Weidenbaum's studio and archive. This in an exceptional environment just across the language border in the valley of the Jeker. Easily accessible because all major highways pass by.
The house in Glons is a 17th century building with appurtenances located on the river Jeker. Built in 1688 as a rectory, it was converted in the 19th century by the architect Mathieu Christiaans into a notary in neo-gothic and neo-classical style. Between 1784 and until his death in 1826, the musician and botanist Joseph Ramoux lived here. Most of the trees in the park were probably planted by him. From the park you also have a beautiful view of the old Romanesque St. Victor church.
Before we start the renovation and conversion to a studio and artist's house, we would like to invite you during the Whitsun weekend from 2 pm to 8 pm at the exhibition "LA MAISON A GLONS" with paintings by Weidenbaum. We plan some events over 4 days.