Mechthild Ehmann

1963
Born in  Schwäbisch Gmünd/Germany

1982
Abitur at the Jesuit College of St. Blaise

1983–1988
Apprenticeship and work as stonemason (building workshop for stonemason in the
Church“Münster” in Schwäbisch Gmünd)

1988–1994
Studied sculpture at the State Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart
Since then working as a free-lance artist.

Since 1994
lives and works in the blackwood forest

ORDERS

2010
fountain sculpture, Horb-Dettingen

2009
“Salve Regina” bronze-garden of the Jesuit Fathers,  KollegSt.Blasien

2009
“The Dream of Flight” Large granite Skulptur. Feldberg, Black Forest

1997–2009
Portrait orders inter alia for the headquarters of the Max-Planck-Society Munich
(Nobellaureate portraits Nüsslein-Volhard, von Klitzing, Ertl)

AWARDS

2008
Silver Medal, Salon des Artistes Franceais, Grand Palais, Paris Shows (selection)

EXHIBITIONS / FAIRS

2010
Art fair Karlsruhe, Matthias Küper Galleries Stuttgart/Beijing , Art Station Zurich

2009
Artists Fair Stuttgart, ART fair Karlsruhe Gallery Arthus Zell a.H;
German Embassy in ​​Brussels, Project Room [seven] Berlin;

KV March, atelier leaves bach, Ostrach,
 Salon des Artistes Franceais,
Grand Palais, Paris

2008
ART fair Karlsruhe, Gallery Pütz, Freiburg Breisgau;
Salon des Artistes Franceais, Grand Palais Paris

2007
Artist society House Salmegg, Rheinfelden ,AS Badenweiler, AS Löffingen;
Gallery Arthus Zell a. H. , Art Station Zurich/Switzerland 
  House of Art in Mauritiushof, Bad Zurzach/Switzerland, Installation in the exhibition: to live 
 “Once of death .. “
 Archbishop Ordinary, Munich

2006 / 07 / 09
Studio Laves Bach, Ostrach

2006
German artist society Laufenburg

2005
ART fair Karlsruhe

2004
Gallery Königsblau, Stuttgart, 49. Art fair in Munich

2002
AS Bahlingen a.K.

2001/02
ART Bodensee, Dornbirn, Austria

2001/02
Vagt Gallery, Berlin

2000
Showcase in the EnBW grant supporting H.-Thoma-Museum, Bernau 
 German-Swiss

sculpture, D-Hohentengen / CH-Kaiserstuhl

1999/2002/03
Gallery at the town hall administration building, Tübingen

1999
Hans-Thoma-Museum, Bernau, Art Forum, Basel, Switzerland