A. Cornelia Weigle

A. Cornelia Weigle

Location: Germany

After the artistic influence of my father, Theo Weigle, and jobs in Art Direction / Copywriting / Marketing and Concept Design at numerous international advertising agencies, I have worked as a Visual Artist for many years. Through the founding of the “Wuppertal Creative Workshop”, I have also intensively occupied myself with Art Pedagogy and the advancement of children and adolescents. After studies in psychology, sociology, art and psychoanalytical art therapy and several further training programmes in psycho-oncology, I have worked as a psycho-oncologist, art therapist and relaxation teacher in my own practice and at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Palliative Medicine of the Düsseldorf University Clinic, with a focus on most seriously ill patients and their relatives, for many years. I also work as a lecturer and in the field of education, further education and further training and in the field of consultancy, coaching and prevention.

Contrary to the artistic-aesthetic claim that I, as an artist, associate with my paintings, art therapy is based on a profound understanding of the interaction of art and therapy and uses a theoretical-methodical approach based on a basic psychodynamic understanding and an inseparable interaction of artistic and psychological processes. The picture is more or less the mirror of the soul; according to Schopenhauer a “visual truth” so to speak. A commitment to performance is not involved. It is rather about the process of creation but even more about the analysis of the things created.

I paint my own paintings as a visual reflection of my inner emotions that I experience in an often intense encounter with people and that I want to share with others through the creations. Furthermore, a fascinating dialogue with myself and an intensive, exhilarating feeling emerge in the course of the artistic implementation and such feeling allows me to develop a deeper and more comprehensive understanding of my inner self. Art therefore serves not only my own realisation but rather wants to touch, encourage, or inspire the viewer and, above all, spread joy by sharing and giving way to feelings, thoughts and associations ...


Portfolio:

100 x 100 (by A. Cornelia Weigle)

Dynamik “Dynamik”

By Cornelia Weigle
Acrylic on Canvas
2013 (Year of Release)
Frame in Black Vintage

Serenity “Serenity”

By Cornelia Weigle
Acrylic on Canvas
2013 (Year of Release)
Frame in White Vintage

Elegance “Elegance”

By Cornelia Weigle
Acrylic on Canvas
2014 (Year of Release)
Frame in White Vintage

Impact “Impact”

By Cornelia Weigle
Acrylic on Canvas
2014 (Year of Release)
Frame in White Vintage

Happiness “Happiness”

By Cornelia Weigle
Acrylic on Canvas
2013 (Year of Release)
Frame in White Vintage

Airiness “Airiness”

By Cornelia Weigle
Acrylic on Canvas
2016 (Year of Release)
Frame in White Vintage

Spirit “Spirit”

By Cornelia Weigle
Acrylic on Canvas
2017 (Year of Release)
Frame in White Vintage

Satisfaction “Satisfaction”

By Cornelia Weigle
Acrylic on Canvas
2014 (Year of Release)
Frame in White Vintage

80 x 80 (by A. Cornelia Weigle)

Fusion “Fusion”

By Cornelia Weigle
Acrylic on Canvas
2014 (Year of Release)
Frame in White Vintage

Expression “Expression”

By Cornelia Weigle
Acrylic on Canvas
2014 (Year of Release)
Frame in White Vintage

Sensation “Sensation”

By Cornelia Weigle
Acrylic on Canvas
2014 (Year of Release)
Frame in White Vintage

Variety “Variety”

By Cornelia Weigle
Acrylic on Canvas
2014 (Year of Release)
Frame in White Vintage

Clarity “Clarity”

By Cornelia Weigle
Acrylic on Canvas
2014 (Year of Release)
Frame in White Vintage

Hope “Hope”

By Cornelia Weigle
Acrylic on Canvas
2014 (Year of Release)
Frame in White Vintage

Harmony “Harmony”

By Cornelia Weigle
Acrylic on Canvas
2014 (Year of Release)
Frame in White Vintage

Convergence “Convergence”

By Cornelia Weigle
Acrylic on Canvas
2014 (Year of Release)
Frame in White Vintage