Carolin Rechberg

Layers of patterns and organic rhythms, guided by instinctual and considered gestures, inform the work of Carolin Rechberg. Resulting explorations are structurally informed by abstract expressionism. For Rechberg, mark-making is a portal to her psyche and subconscious.

Contemplation Stone II - Sculpture, Stoneware 35 x 45 x 15 cm

Carolin Rechberg is an interdisciplinary Fine Artist born in Germany. She holds an Interdisciplinary BFA from the California College of the Arts, an MFA in Drawing and Painting from the San Francisco Art Institute and an EdM in Art and Art Education from Teachers College, Columbia University. Rechberg has taught Drawing and Painting as a Teaching Assistant in her 1st Master at the San Francisco Art Institute, and Etching, Lithography, Silkscreen and Woodcut during her 2nd Master at Teachers College.

Carolin Rechberg’s work has been exhibited in Solo and Group Exhibitions, in America, Asia and Europe. Exhibitions include Studio Works at Teachers College, Columbia University, New York; the WAA Woman Art Award Exhibition, Spain; Art Expo New York, NY; Annual Lucid Art Foundation, CA; Root One Gallery; CA, Artbox.Project at Miami Art Weeks, FL; 40th Anniversary Art Slant Open Studios', CA; Spectrum Access Institute Art Auction presented, CA; ‘Bracing Boundaries' on New York Times Square, NY; Osaka Printmaking Competition; Osaka, Japan, ‘Living Process’ and ‘re-' Exhibited at the Diego Rivera Gallery and the Walter McBean Gallery Rooftop at the San Francisco Art Institute; CA, the Sanchez Art Centre Printmaking exhibition, CA; the Healdsburg Jazz Festival, Healdsburg, CA and more.

Rechberg’s work has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions, in America, Asia and Europe. Her work has received numerous awards and has been published in international art books and magazines. Currently she operates through her New York-based company CR Art and Design Inc, offering original artwork and design services.

Transitions II - Printmaking, Polyptych Woodblock 152 x 365 cm
Witness - Painting, Mixed Media 68 x 133 cm
Oak Bluff - Printmaking, Linoleum cut 10 x 15 cm
Transitions I - Printmaking, Woodcut 122 x 244 cm

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