Friday, February 4, 2011
Member News: Cherie M. Redlinger
Cherie Redlinger, Artist
Euro- Asian Art Center, Gallery M
Margarethengurtel 96, 4/1A
A-1050 Vienna Austria
Cherie M. Redlinger’s artistic career spans over three decades and two continents so it's no surprise that her visual art and art history education was in Europe and the United States. Her visual art education includes a lifetime of drawing, oil paintings, printmaking, and constructions and in 1987 she obtained her B.A. in Art History, University of Maryland, European Division and in 1991 her M.A. of Art, in Printmaking, CSU at Northridge, CA.
Cherie has drawn from life's abstractions to create her art. She is involved in a new series of two-dimensional mixed-media on which she compiles her journeys with mind and nature. Filled with mystic, symbolic, cosmic expressive feelings she brings out the beauty of nature that surrounds her and to capture her mind’s essence. Cherie captured the hearts of clients and collectors throughout the United States and Europe and has artwork placed in the permanent collections of Hill Country Arts Foundation, Ingram Texas; Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC; ArtColle Museum & Gallery, Sergines, France; International Museo de Collage, Mexico; Contemporary Museum, MD; and The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC.
Cherie has been an Artist, and Educator. Cherie is committed to creating her own art while also participating as a long time member of the WCA. She has supported the Women’s Caucus of Art in every state she has lived in starting with the D.C. chapter, where she was the President. She is responsible for founding the Georgia Chapter, one of the most active chapter in the WCA National organization. In addition, she has felt it necessary to be involved with other art associations, which have served to cross-network and bolster the women’s art movement. With enthusiasm she developed and taught visual art and art history classes for after-school programs, fine art camps, adult education, and college level throughout her career as an ARTIST.
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Posted by Bonnie MacAllister at 11:01 AM