Annemarie Rawlinson

Annemarie Rawlinson’s “Katharsis,” a series of assemblages that evoke Rawlinson’s youth in war-torn Austria, premièred in St. Poelten, her hometown, in March 2002, and exhibited in Melk/Danube the following October.

The installation and 25 assemblages was in Europe through the fall of 2004. The installation and 20 assemblages from this series are currently available for exhibit. Its content is well suited for teaching middle and high school students conflict resolution. Email Rawlinson for more information.

Rawlinson was one of ten artists to participate in an International Art Colony in Macedonia in 2002. Her work is part of the permanent collection of Art Colony Galichnik. She and artist Jan Govaerts collaborated with Angel’s Gate Cultural Center, the San Pedro Art Association and Art Colony Galichnik, to organize an international art exchange. Works from Art Colony Galichnik were exhibited at Angel’s Gate Cultural Center in the fall of 2004.



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