Women on a MISSION

Meet an Artist on a Mission

Meet Christina Seibold Vice Chairwoman of Artists for Freedom located in Frankfurt/Main, Germany
Her Background:

BUILDING BRIDGES, FACILITATING NEW PERSPECTIVES
Intimately in concert with her own emotions, the graphic artist Christina Seibold perceives her role as an intermediary between haptical sensuousness and optical pleasure. Born in Frankfurt am Main (Germany) on the 30th of March in 1966, she illustrates, by virtue of her multifaceted art prints, the animated realities endemic to both of these spheres.
Together with her, the viewer embarks upon a literally touching voyage, witnessing how these realities synaesthetically articulate themselves anew within her.
THE CREATIONS
Resplendent with expressive power, these creations recite passages from a tangible world of forms that Christina Seibold dismantles and reshapes in an extraordinarily subtle fashion. Such perceptible contours and forms capture the eyes of the observers, and they soon find themselves immersed in the sheer depths of these energetic works. With each fathom of new depth, they reveal a fantastic inner world inhabited by dynamic forces.
For much more than a decade, Christina Seibold allows her digital graphics to assume their respective forms. Indeed, she regards this method as the ideal means of portraying the visual poetry that lends so much soul to spaces. Their density and their abundance of expression are fascinating, but they make neither an excessive nor an adversely intrusive impression.
Christina Seibold is a co-founder of the artist group ArSenu. In cooperation with jewelry designers and sculptors, she developed an interdisciplinary project in which art prints, each corresponding to a particular piece of jewelry (beginning with the work “Expression”), were created. This artistic project was honored by the PININFARINA ADVANCEMENT PRIZE.
The reception within professional circles as well as among the general public was very enthusiastic.
Christina Seibold is one of the Founders and the Vice Chairwoman of Artists for Freedom a global art alliance.
“We, the team of Artists for Freedom, commit our ideals and vision to the support of victims of Global Human Trafficking and modern-day Slavery – worldwide. We want the world to be aware of the facts and reality connected to the misery of the stolen lives and future of the women and children suffering without the means to be free.
Here’s WE Magazine for Women’s interview with Christina:
What do you enjoy most about your profession and why did you choose it in the first place?

With my opportunities I can “build bridges” between humans and so I’m able to move something in this world.
Tell us about the non-profit/charitable/community organizations you supports?
“We, Artists for Freedom” commit our ideals and vision to the support of victims of Global Human Trafficking and modern-day Slavery – worldwide.
We want the world to be aware of the facts and reality connected to the misery of the stolen lives and future of the women and children suffering without the means to be free.
We will help to build that road to freedom in anyway we can, because we believe in the power of art and the human right of freedom for everybody.”
Why did you choose them?
I’m one of the founders
How do you support Artists for Freedom?
With my heart, my passion, my knowledge and many, many other artists
What is the biggest risk you ever took professionally and/or the biggest obstacle you have overcome?
personal experiences- It taught me the importance of the power of forgiveness and how to live a life of joy even in difficult times.

From where do you draw inspiration? Who have been your role models, mentors, etc?
I draw inspiration from my inner voice.
My father! He taught me to be strong, to believe in me, that there is always a way to continue.
Born to be live!
What one thing would you like to learn this year?
Better English 😉 My English is very German.
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Playing with my grandchild(ren). This would be fantastic. At the moment is none in prospect.
What do you do for fun/relaxation/entertainment?
Sports, listen to music (everytime), thinking the unthinkable
Is there anything else you would like to share with our readers?
Stay away from the dream stealers; they come as friends, family, and co workers. (A quote by Walethia Aquil)
This could by my words.
Please share the social networking sites to which you belong.
http://www.facebook.com/christina.seibold
http://twitter.com/artandemotion
http://www.artandemotion.de
http://www.artistsforfreedom.net
http://artandemotion.ning.com
http://www.xing.com/profile/Christina_Seibold
http://www.linkedin.com/in/christinaseibold
http://www.ecademy.com/account.php?id=380685

Here are some Art Awards Christina Seibold has received:

„Vielfalt Digitaler Kunst 2008“ for her art work “Hope”
Honorable Mention Winner of the DIGITALISM I 2008, New York for her art work “Hope”
Honorable Mention Winner of the On-line/On-wall Double Exposure 2008, New York, for her art work “unchained melody”
2nd Place Award Digital Realities, January 2009 ARTROM, Rom/Italy for “Sound of swinging symphony”
Listed in „Who’s Who in Visual Art“ Vol. 2010-2011
100 Artists in Painting, GraphicArts, Digital Arts, Sculpture
Participation in exhibitions with national and international participation:
New York, Miami, Berlin, Munich, Cologne, London, Wasserturm – Vienna, SEYHOUN GALLERY – West Hollywood/L.A., World Market Center – Las Vegas, Art Domain Galerie – Leipzig, Galerie Alta Ripa – Mannheim, Saatchi – London, Baden-Baden, Galerie Witzel, Frankfurt am Main, Kunst in der Kanzlei – Dortmund, Schmuckwelten/Designwelten – Pforzheim, Kunstlege Hohenegg – Allgäu, Siegen, Göppingen, Erzhausen, Egelsbach, Dudenhofen, Northeim, Kunstforum Salzburg (Austria), Kunstmesse Grenzenlos Feldkirch (Österreich), int. Kunstmesse, Salzburg and much more
A variety of art works owned by private collectors all over Europe and in the U.S.A. (New York, Las Vegas, Philadelphia/PA).
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