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Hans Schiebold

Professor of Fine Arts

Wesleyan University

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Wesleyan University

13300 Olio Road

Fishers, Indiana,46037

United States

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Wesleyan University Press has an editorial program that focuses on poetry, ethnomusicology, dance and performance, early classics of science fiction, film-TV, American studies, and Connecticut history and culture. The press has published an internationally ren...more

Background Information

Employment History

Landscape Painter

Lanning Gallery


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Hans Schiebold - Landscape Painter - Lanning Gallery

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Hans Schiebold
Hans Schiebold Hans Schiebold Hans Schiebold head shot Artist Hans Schiebold creates large-scale landscape paintings of such depth that each reads like a geological time clock of its scene. It has been said that Schiebold does not paint, but rather sculpts in media on canvas and this is a fair assessment of the singular technique that has secured the artist a listing in the "Who's Who in American Art." Hans Schiebold believes that risk is necessary in order to be creative and his long career marked by innovation and daring, stands in support of this. There is an exaggerated boldness to his landscape paintings that, through their combination of color, texture and scale represents a style uniquely his own. Observers of his scenic paintings must overcome an urge to touch the artist's renderings of granite-like textures or highly glossed water surfaces. Schiebold uses his own acrylic-based mixed media and unconventional tools: palette knives, spatulas, hand-shaped metal tools, sponges, nets, patterned rollers, almost anything that will create the pattern or texture he desires. His media is applied thickly in abstract patches of color that merge together when viewed from afar to form complex scenes of heightened realism. "These are landscapes, but they are very process oriented," Schiebold explains. The representational style of Schiebold's landscape paintings continue to carry the influence of his early abstract paintings: Hans Schiebold was active in the New York abstract art scene of the 1970s and his paintings were displayed in major museums on the east coast and featured in international museum shows. At that time Hans Schiebold was a professor of Fine Arts at Wesleyan University in Connecticut. The artist, having trained in decorative wall and ceiling arts in the former East Germany, emigrated from his home country on the eve of the Berlin Wall's creation. Arriving in the United States while still in his twenties, Schiebold obtained his MFA and taught for twelve years before moving west to pursue painting full time. The artist has a deep appreciation for the public function of art: "In Gothic times," Hans Schiebold notes, "cathedrals were the highest form of art, and they were public. Art was didactic, and the service of society was important. But today, "Contemporary art is dogmatic to the point of exclusion. For Hans Schiebold, having a following is one way to confirm that an artist has made contact with society in a meaningful and constructive way. "Everyone who reacts to art can be a critic," he believes.


February | 2011 | Cannon Beach Gallery Group

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Hans Schiebold
Born in Freiberg, Germany, Shiebold came to the United States to study at Hartford Art School University in Hartford, CT and received his Masters of Fine Arts in 1970, after which time he became the professor of fine arts at Wesleyan University in CT from 1970 to 1978. During this period he was actively involved in the New York abstract art scene of the '70s, where his paintings were displayed in over 10 major museums on the east coast, and was featured in several international museum shows as well. In 1982 he decided to move to the Portland area where he first began to bring his images from the abstract realm into a more representational form. No paint brushes are used in his acrylic on canvas based images, choosing to use unique tools to roll and press the pigment onto the canvas layer after layer.


Events | Cannon Beach Gallery Group

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"Hiking Stop" by Hans Schiebold
Hans Schiebold Hans came to the US from Freiberg, Germany to study at Hartford Art School University in Hartford, CT where he received his Masters of Fine Arts. He then becoming professor of fine arts at Wesleyan University in CT. During this period he was actively involved in the New York abstract art scene of the '70s, where his paintings were displayed in over ten major east coast museums. and also featured in several int'l museum shows.


Artist Bio

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Hans Schiebold was born in Freiberg, Germany.
He came to the United States to study at Hartford Art School University in Hartford, CT and received his Masters of Fine Arts in 1970, after which time he became the professor of fine arts at Wesleyan University in CT from 1970 to 1978. During this period Hans was actively involved in the New York abstract art scene of the '70's, where his paintings were displayed in over 10 major museums on the east coast, and was featured in several international museum shows as well. In 1978 he accepted the position as professor of art at Wichita University in Kansas, which he held until 1982 when he decided to move to the Portland area where he first began to bring his images from the abstract realm into a more representational form. Hans' abstract images contained very complex and un-orthodox methods of creation, several of which he has incorporated into his more representational art forms. No paint brushes are used in his acrylic on canvas based images, choosing to use unique tools to roll and press the pigment onto the canvas layer after layer. Hans is one of the truly unique and gifted artists today in the United States, and his paintings have been purchased for collections and shows all throughout North America.


Hans Schiebold, Landscape Painter - Lanning Gallery [Sedona Arizona]

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Hans Schiebold - A featured artist at the Lanning Gallery [Sedona Arizona]
Artist Hans Schiebold creates large-scale landscape paintings of such depth that each reads like a geological time clock of its scene. It has been said that Schiebold does not paint, but rather sculpts in media on canvas and this is a fair assessment of the singular technique that has secured the artist a listing in the "Who's Who in American Art." "Implied Landscape 107" - Abstract Landscape Art by Hans Schiebold "Implied Landscape 107" Mixed Media on Canvas Painting 59" x 40" wrapped Hans Schiebold believes that risk is necessary in order to be creative and his long career marked by innovation and daring, stands in support of this. There is an exaggerated boldness to his landscape paintings that, through their combination of color, texture and scale represents a style uniquely his own. Observers of his scenic paintings must overcome an urge to touch the artist's renderings of granite-like textures or highly glossed water surfaces. Schiebold uses his own acrylic-based mixed media and unconventional tools: palette knives, spatulas, hand-shaped metal tools, sponges, nets, patterned rollers, almost anything that will create the pattern or texture he desires. His media is applied thickly in abstract patches of color that merge together when viewed from afar to form complex scenes of heightened realism. "These are landscapes, but they are very process oriented," Schiebold explains. The representational style of Schiebold's landscape paintings continue to carry the influence of his early abstract paintings: Hans Schiebold was active in the New York abstract art scene of the 1970s and his paintings were displayed in major museums on the east coast and featured in international museum shows. At that time Hans Schiebold was a professor of Fine Arts at Wesleyan University in Connecticut. The artist, having trained in decorative wall and ceiling arts in the former East Germany, emigrated from his home country on the eve of the Berlin Wall's creation. Arriving in the United States while still in his twenties, Schiebold obtained his MFA and taught for twelve years before moving west to pursue painting full time. The artist has a deep appreciation for the public function of art: "In Gothic times," Hans Schiebold notes, "cathedrals were the highest form of art, and they were public. Art was didactic, and the service of society was important. But today, "Contemporary art is dogmatic to the point of exclusion. For Hans Schiebold, having a following is one way to confirm that an artist has made contact with society in a meaningful and constructive way. "Everyone who reacts to art can be a critic," he believes. "At Oak Creek" - Landscape Paintings of Sedona by Hans Schiebold "In Between" - Landscape Painting by Hans Schiebold "Emerald Pond" - Paintings by Hans Schiebold "Baring Creek" - Natural Landscape Painting by Hans Schiebold "Baring Creek" "At Capital Reef" - Landscape Painting by Hans Schiebold "Reflecting Canyon" - Outdoor Landscape Painting by Hans Schiebold "Reflecting Canyon" "Down the River" - Landscape Painting by Hans Schiebold "Tidal Stripe Series #1095" - Abstract Paintings by Hans Schiebold "Tidal Stripe Series #1095"


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