Tid: Until October 22
Sted: Fyns Hoved
Gold frames in the landscape spotlight the artists at Funen Head.
The fantastic natural setting at Funen Head has been a favoured motif in Danish art since the 1870’s. Most well known are Fritz Syberg’s many paintings and watercolours of his family’s simple life at the water’s edge during the summer months from 1902-10.
The museum’s exhibition of gold frames at chosen spots on Funen Head will remain until the end of the fall break (October 22). Through the frame you can see that bit of the landscape that a given artist chose as a motif for a painting.
A new look at nature
The point of the gold frames is to expand people’s experience of nature at Funen Head by connecting it with art. It will give visitors a new and artistic look at nature. At the same time, it will give visitors a sense of dialogue with the works of art and with the past, through the meeting between artwork and nature. There is also an app for your mobile phone that connects art and nature experiences and makes the artists’ motifs relevant for present-day visitors at Funen Head.
Find information on The Art Route at Funen Head here.
Download the app
With the app, you can find the artists’ motifs on your own in the landscape of Funen Head.
The app contains several artists’ landscape paintings from the area - each picture is tied to the place where it was painted, with the help of GPS-coordinates. In addition, you can read an article or hear it read, about the story behind each picture. The route includes 11 paintings and brings you all around the headland, a hike of about 2 hours.
The app contains not only the route around Funen Head, but also can guide you in artists’ footsteps in west Funen and in the Svanninge Hills (near Faaborg in south Funen). In addition, you can take a walk through spooky Odense og follow in Hans Christian Andersen’s footsteps to the castles and manor houses of Funen.
Download the app History Hunt on Funen here.
History Hunt on Funen is part of the Funen Cultural Region’s project Art in Movement, which is supported by the Region of Southern Denmark and the Ministry of Culture.