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For more than 15 years, I’m active in the artschool Labyrinth with course instructors Gerhard Foltin,

Heike Grüss, Hartmut Landauer and now Markus Merkle and Sally Grayson.

I drew in regional workshops by Elke Bach, Renate Leidner and Erne Schäfer.

As an active member in the arts club Ludwigsburg, I operated together with artists

in the annual exhibition and I always had the possibility to portray the artists by photograph or

in a drawing, for exemple the artist Thomas Weber, Gerhard Foltin, Markus Merkle.

I like to take part on competitions and sometimes to win, and to get

orders for portrait-photographies in flyers, books and CD’s.

 

From 2018 I’m visiting the Art School in Stuttgart. Illustration with Olga Dugina.

Olga Dugina illustrated the children book “The Adventures of Abdi” for the

US-singer Madonna and worked on the movie “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban”

together with her husband Andrej Dugin. I’m very happy to visit her lessons of Illustration

and I will learn so many new things. Thank you so much, Olga !

 

For years I’m volunteering in the nature kindergarten Sonnenwirbel in Münchingen

and live a life as a bird-watcher.

 

My visions are =

to connect the spirit of my art and my photography with the nature, the children and the human.

To combine the creative spirit – and the working spirit, for example visits in the kindergarten

to the themes drawing, fantasy or bird watching.

 

I wish =

to connect my children illustration with the storyteller Christiane Rehm.

To illustrate children stories.

An exhibition in the little paradise garden “Schloß Monrepos”.

To draw new faces forever.

To make portrait photographs for flyers, events, CD’s …

An exhibition in Berlin.

An exhibition in New York. Christina Pardes LB meets Christina Pardes NY.

An exhibition in Marietta/Georgia, for example in a kindergarten, school,

Smith Gilbert Gardens, at the Marietta art festival.

To draw the scenery from the children dance for Andrea Kunz-Brändle.

 

I’m very happy about this @ may the spirit fly.

Friendly regards.

Christina Pardes