Artistic Activities


“… everything you express in your own artistic work, you pass on so authentically in your seminars.” A participant after the Seminar “Discover the Artist in You!”


Fine arts, in all its facets, as well as music have always been a source of life for me. For 30 years now, I have worked passionately with experimental movement theatre and singing, with free painting, photography, and studio ceramics. Occasionally, my art is displayed in special exhibitions:
www.SabineRittner-Kunst.de

For me, creativity stems from a process of resonance in the dialogue between the interior and exterior space and from the ritualistic encounter with the alternate reality. These represent an inexhaustible source of artistic expression. I am convinced that every human being has the capacity to undergo a synesthetic experience (a simultaneity of perceptions of different senses). This potential can be rediscovered with the help of rituals involving a change in sensory perception and can be used specifically for artistic expression. I find it deeply fulfilling to pass on my artistic experience and knowledge to both amateurs and professionals through self-experience and advanced training seminars.


Your next opportunity:
Seminar “Discover the Artist in You!”
from 1st – 6th of August, 2017 at the Odenwald-Institute

One participant wrote:
“You have a special gift to dissolve boundaries, to allow them to flow, to transcend from one form of expression into another, or to let these expressions flow into one another. Everything you express in your own artistic work, you pass on so authentically in your seminars.”

Alice S. from Austria after the Seminar “Discover the Artist in You!”, August 2014 at the Odenwald-Institute


Travel impressions:
“Dance between Pain and Ecstasy” watercolour, chalk, wax and coal on paper, 24 x 32 cm, originated at the Tarot Garden of Niki de Saint Phalle, Tuscany, 2008


“Ghana Banamli I” watercolour, chalk, wax and coal on paper, 24 x 32 cm, originated in Cape Coast, Ghana 2010


“Ghana Banamli II” watercolour, chalk, wax and coal on paper, 24 x 32 cm, originated in Cape Coast, Ghana 2010