One of my favorite things!
To break away from "identifications"!
... only be yourself ... without status ... without network ... shifted for oneself !
My wanderlust has already brought me to all inhabited continents of the world, to different cultures and to different natural monuments and also monuments of art.
I have brought inspiration and sculptures from three trips. That does not mean I was not inspired by other trips too only that these three have left a special impression.
AMERICA 2011 - 2012 : This trip lasted 14 months from June 2011 to August 2012 and led from New York to Canada through the western U.S. to the Baja California, onto the Mexican mainland, through Belize and Guatemala, back to Mexico and then through the North American east back to Canada. My whole family , my husband, our two children and me were on the road with a converted Pinzgauer.
The brought sculptures originated in Baja California . There are sculptures made from driftwood, where I rediscovered "my sculptures". I just had to "get them out of the wood" and then they were visible to others too!
The whole series of sculptures and paintings called "Everything is Energy " was created during and as a result of this journey. The effect of traveling is so persistent that it has changed my whole life.
ICELAND 2008: In Iceland we were on the road with our Pinzgauer for the first time. The trip went over hedge and ditch, through the most desolate areas, fascinating and surreal landscapes to people who have been shaped by wind and weather. This embossing has fascinated and inspired me to form people that are whipped by wind and rain and have to stick together. If one is alone the forces are too strong. But if we stand together we can weather the storm!
PERU 2008: This trip was organized by the art group Yin Yang from Graz and included one week artistic work with local artists in Cusco. Peru was not just a journey to another continent, but also to a different time. To a time of icons (hand, bird), gods (Pachamama and Pachatata) and deep spirituality, which can be viewed from different angles (eyes).