DISCOVER - 31 DAYS, 31 WORKS

07/01/2022

Holiday season.

For me, the summer break starts with a month-long experiment. A small-format work is created every day. Without any claim to perfection, but varied.

Once again I would like to experiment uninhibitedly, reduce, try out new things. Draw animals as you please. Right where I am.

If you want to follow me, you can check it out directly on Instagram or here.

(The most recent is first)

DETAILED INTERVIEW

03/18/2022

In today's interview we take you to Switzerland, more precisely to the edge of the forest of Zollikerberg in the canton of Zurich. This is where Sandra Chiocchetti alias @chiosketch lives, works and resides. She describes herself with the words: "sketch artist, brand maker, seminar leader, author, left-hander and hat wearer".

 

To this actually comprehensive description of her person, we would like to add heart warmer. She succeeds in bringing out a piece of the soul of her animal motifs in an unmistakable and unique way. You don't just look at a being, you feel it.

 

With apparent ease, Sandra manages to fill her animal drawings with life in such a way that when you look at them, you almost wait for the motif to move in the next moment. We love this expressiveness and Sandra's special, unique style.  Continue reading ->

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BIG INTEREST IN MY COURSES

24.10.2021

My next 3-day course in Unterentfelden is coming up and I'm really looking forward to it. 

As in September, this course is fully booked. But I can assure you that I can look after everyone individually. And yes, a lot happens in these three days. 

My preparations are already underway and I look forward to getting to know the participants. 

THANK YOUT

END OF THE EXHIBITION IN THE ART BOX IN ZOLLIKON, PROBABLY THE SMALLEST GALLERY IN SWITZERLAND.

26.7.2021

26 works in a small space have managed to trigger such great encounters and conversations. Thanks to everyone who visited me. And some will still hear from me. 

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EXHIBITION ANNOUNCEMENT
Living species

AT THE KUNSTSCHATULLE IN ZOLLIKON, PROBABLY THE SMALLEST GALLERY IN SWITZERLAND.

On view from 12.4. to 9.7.2021

 

26.04.2021

I am pleased to be able to show my works in this special place - in a converted telephone booth. Although very small, there will be a lot to see. The exhibition I equip on 11.6. totally new. So there are 2x26 works to admire. 

I will not always be on site, please contact me by phone 079 403 06 83 for an appointment.

I look forward to a personal conversation on site. 

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PUBLICATION
PORTRAIT IN ACTIVE&LIVE MAGAZINE

05.03.2021

"Putting animal souls on paper."

Now the whole city and surrounding area knows my story.

A special feeling. 

I thank the editors for this successful article. 

Who would like to read in, cordially gladly. 

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PUBLICATION
PORTRAIT IN ACTIVE&LIVE MAGAZINE

February 2021

Appearing here makes me especially proud. 

Thank you very much. 

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WORKSHOP MARCH 1-2

CANCELLED DUE TO COVID

COURSES AT BOESNER ATELIER IN MARCH NOT YET POSSIBLE

15.2.2021

Once again it takes a lot of patience and nerves from all of us. Unfortunately, courses are still not allowed in March. 

So with a heavy heart we had to cancel this course.

 

This hurts, especially since the course was already booked up for months and all my anticipation now comes to nothing. 

Boesner Atelier and I are trying to find an alternative before the end of the year. But I cannot promise anything. 

 

I wish all participants a lot of perseverance until the next opportunity. Be sure to stay healthy. 

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PUBLICATION
PORTRAIT IN ACTIVE&LIVE MAGAZINE

12.01.2021

"Putting animal souls on paper. Her first love was a collie, her second the pencil ...."

Actually, I prefer to tell about the fascinating animals and your peculiarities, than about me. However, when a 3-page article about me and my animal work appears in a magazine, I don't want to withhold it. Thank you dear Active&Life editors.

Thank you dear Franziska Hidber for the text and the great pictures.