The German Parliament exhibited this series of thirty paintings entitled, “Berlin: Metamorphosis” as the artistic rendition of the fall of the Berlin Wall, and the Reunification of Germany. From this collection, the German Parliament purchased the painting entitled, “Communism Lying on the Ground”, for their permanent collection. The exhibition was covered by seventeen newspapers throughout Germany. The largest newspaper, “Die Welt”, applauded this one-artist exhibition in three articles with photographs of the paintings.
The “Berlin: Metamorphosis” series was then invited to the Berlin City Hall, “Rathaus Schoneberg”, to be exhibited in the two-hundred-meter long gallery. This exhibition was to commemorate The Release of the Allied Nations from Germany. It was attended by the Mayor of Berlin, Eberhard Diepgen, and was featured on Berlin television news. French, British and American military bands, dressed in full regalia, performed during the exhibition.
The third exhibition took place in a Black Forest castle, Schloss Bonndorf Museum, to celebrate a transcontinental connection between Swiss, American, and German artists. The audience included American and German dignitaries.