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  • Carolin Rechberg

Publication Feature in Life Magazines

Artist Feature in Februar Issue Art Guide of Chelsea Life |MayfairLife |Hampstead & Highgate Life |Marylebone Life |Notting Hill Life | Battersea Life | Wimbledon Life | Chiswick Life | St Johns Wood Life | Blackheath Life | Fulham Life |Richmond Life published by Fish Media Group Ltd in London

“Alerting the senses through creating, is an opportunity to ground in the present moment. Observing with the senses provides a place to simply be, to breathe, to feel, to find rest in the now. It is a means to communicate, with the is-ness of being, with being in presence. The art process is a dialogue, a dance of energy and matter, guided by intuitive, intentional and informed gesture. The artworks created become their own entities, embodying the knowledge of their own material, the experience which shaped them, was learned during and through the artworks process, to continue to exchange, gather and transform information in the encounter with me, you, and the environment. The act of creating is the art and, the art process, the artwork, is the vehicle to the awareness emanating from the communion with art.”

Carolin Rechberg, is an interdisciplinary artist, born in 1988 in Starnberg, Germany. She places value in the multi-sensory experience and understanding brought forth in the process of creating. Carolin offers unique artworks for sale and designs individualized commissions of art, for commercial, private or public space.

After completing her primary education with focus in Art and Design at the Munich International School (IB), she received her formal training in Fine Art from the California College of the Arts (BFA), from the San Francisco Art Institute (MFA), and in Art and Art Education from Teachers College, Columbia University (EdM). As a Teaching Assistant Carolin instructed Drawing and Painting, at the San Francisco Art Institute, and Etching, Lithography, Relief printing and Silkscreen, at TC, Columbia University. At Teachers College (TC) she also managed the printmaking studios and facilitated all printmaking courses.

Carolin Rechberg has exhibited in Solo and Group Exhibitions, in America, Asia and Europe. She has received awards, multiple residencies and has been published in international art publications. Recently she returned to Europe to establish an art studio close to Murnau am Staffelsee in Bavaria.

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Artworks from top to bottom clockwise; Origin, Finding Stillness in the Inner Chaos, Contemplation Stone XX, Witness, Place of Becoming and Composing Monuments for the Stage of Performance.

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