Ann-Margreth Bohl

Ann-Margreth Bohl’s practice combines drawing, sculpture, installation and performance. She explores time and memory through material qualities of rock, beeswax, light and sound. Her work has been displayed at Chatsworth House, The National Memorial Arboretum and the London Sinfonietta and the Trinity Buoy Drawing Prize. She trained at Tobias School of Art and is a member of the Royal Society of Sculptors. She is currently undertaking an MA Fine Art at the University of Gloucestershire.
Ann-Margreth Bohl has 20 years of experience in teaching stone carving courses and workshops.

Describe your approach to teaching. 

I enjoy passing on the techniques of stonecarving that have been shared with me by stonemasons and stone sculptors over the past 30 years. Encouraging students to search for their unique way of discovering and working with form.

What inspires your own work? 

I am inspired by light on water and a sound picked up unexpectedly, by geological time that is unimaginable to me. I am inspired by people and the complexity of life.

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