This textiles piece has been created with different pieces of material including fabric, felt, netting and paint.
Painting of Pink and White Lilies using Acrylic
Drawing using pastels One of Berlin's iconic buildings, the half-ruined Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church (occasionally known as theEmperor William Memorial Church together with its modern additions is located on Breitscheidplatz in the centre of western Berlin and dominates the view from the Kurfürstendamm and the Tauentzienstrasse The church was originally constructed between 1891 and 1895 by architect Franz Schwechten, who was also responsible for the original Anhalter Bahnhof, as a present to the German people from the then Kaiser Wilhelm II. It serves as a memorial to Wilhem II's father, Wilhelm I. The war-damaged church in July 1945The church was partially destroyed during a bombing raid in 1943. Following the war, several different options for the church's redevelopment were considered, including the construction of a new church made from glass in the old church's ruins, and also its complete demolition and replacement with a new structure. Eventually it was decided to leave the ruined tower as a memorial to the futility of war, and create a new church around it.