She is primarily self-taught and lives in St. Johann, Tyrol.
Rudolf sums up "the spontaneous physical liberation in space, the almost chaotic handling of color" as an antidote to "our organized, structured, text-laden working world"
The preferred painting material for her are alcohol inks.
Today, the art of making art, certainly, has changed.
Artists who develop new languages and very often have no real teachers.
Artists who go through a different design process before they get to fine art.
This is also the case of Sabrina Rudolf and her works.
Symphonies dedicated to instinct.
Instinct that does not scream but whispers its truths.
Material compositions with a strong visual impact.
Sabrina is an artist who expresses herself with her visual works.
At the deepest level, the creative process and the healing process arise from a single source. When you are an artist, you are a healer; a wordless trust of the same mystery is the foundation of your work and its integrity.” ~ Rachel Naomi Remen, MD
When we empower ourselves to create what we want through art making, we will also create what we want in the art that is our life. The reason, as humans, we have always created art is because it connects us to our truest self, our highest self. When we express ourselves from our hearts, we learn to do the same in the rest of our life.
It's a meditative state for my part that passes through the softness that makes me flow more and more into trance-like state of being.
Reassuring the spirit, the detachment of the social conditioning of everyday life, solving patterns in the subconscious, bringing about change through consciousness and awareness.
I call it the art that healed my life
Why round cardboard?
The circle is a universal symbol with extensive meaning. It represents the notions of totality, wholeness, original perfection, the Self, the infinite, eternity, timelessness, all cyclic movement, God (Source is a circle whose centre is everywhere and whose circumference is nowhere' (Hermes Trismegistus))