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Guests' Artwork Arriving at Hermann Hill ...
Several guest artists drew pictures of Hermann Hill as they approached it from the driveway. Jennifer Breckenkamp's drawing was inspired by this view of the Inn and its vineyards, while Bethany Wieman added Fred and Ginger to her drawing, the official greeters at Hermann Hill. 

 

Guests' ArtworkCrossing the Bridge ...
Ed Dolnick drew this picture of the bridge in front of Hermann Hill that crosses the pond between the parking lot and the Inn. Ed's sentiments are shared by many of our guests when he writes about the great experience he and Margi had during their stay. 

Guests' Artwork

 

Capturing Historic Hermann ...
Hermann has more than 110 buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Many can be seen from the guestrooms at Hermann Hill and by taking the three-mile walk. Linda Brandsma's drawing includes two historic sites, St. George Catholic Church and the dome on the Gasconade County Courthouse. Don Frank's drawing shows the neighborhood just below Hermann Hill's vineyards. 

 

Guests' Artwork Inspired by the Vines ...
Hermann is all about wine, so it's only natural that our guests would focus on our vineyards. The drawing that Rob and Jeannette Hamann included in their in-room journal is a simple statement of the beauty of the Norton grapes that grow on our vines. Bill and Amy Tongay included St. George Catholic Church in their vineyard drawing. 

To view more of our guests artwork, please view our February, 2005 Newsletter