Anne­ma­rie Baumgarten

born in 1949 in Frei­burg im Breis­gau, stu­di­ed from 1968 to 1973 at the Sta­te Aca­de­my of Fine Arts in Karls­ru­he. She crea­ted stu­dies based on natu­re, etchings and litho­graphs. During a two-year stay abroad in Ita­ly, she worked in a work­shop for app­lied art in Lop­pia­no near Flo­rence. In the work Bild­ne­ri­sches Den­ken by Paul Klee she finds con­fir­ma­ti­on for her work with child­ren and young people.

After many years of tea­ching and art edu­ca­ti­on in Bühl, Hei­del­berg and Frank­furt, she lives and works in Vien­na as a free­lan­ce artist sin­ce 2010. In addi­ti­on to nume­rous exhi­bi­ti­ons, sta­ge designs, glass designs for church­es and public spaces, she initia­tes and accom­pa­nies inter­di­sci­pli­na­ry pro­jects such as Licht­Chor — Lied­kunst im Bild­raum or True Colors — like a crea­ti­ve space and pro­mo­tes per­so­nal and collec­ti­ve pro­ces­ses in work­shops on art and spirituality.

Light and darkness always play an essen­ti­al role: at dif­fe­rent times, in many pla­ces, in ever­y­day and social cir­cum­s­tan­ces and not least in human coexistence.

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