Alpine Palace Art Gallery
Getting back to the roots
||Hotelier Thomas Wolf cradles a close affinity to art.
His mother, Marion Lilly Wolf, received a qualification in photography and audio engineering and after opening the largest ski school in the Salzburg region and the hotel "Zur Dorfschmiede", she has dedicated over 20 years to painting.
Many pieces of her work you'll find in the Wolf hotels, they even pop up in the menus!
Thomas Wolf is today a recognized art collector and it won't come as a surprise that his son Florian is already treading in the steps of his grandmother.
His wood sculptures or tables and chairs made from salvaged driftwood, which can be found in the hotels, not only impress the hotel guests but have also received international acclaim from art connoisseurs.
Thomas Wolf wants to bring art nearer to, not only guests but also residents of the Saalbach-Hinterglemm area, through changing exhibitions of both regional and international art on the theme of environment, nature, earth, air and water and also sport and other community themes.
Cosmopolitanism and tolerance distinguishes the Alpine Palace New Balance Luxus Resort and these qualities can again be found in the Art Gallery.
The opening exhibition will be dedicated to Albert Münch. The German painter recently won the German national Olympic Committee's competition for the Olympic Games in Beijing. His prize-winning paintings are at the moment on display at the Olympic Museum in Lausanne.
If you would like more information, or if you would like to make a purchase, please contact us in the Art Gallery office in the galleria (please organise an appointment at reception).