I believe in the art of creating – anything. And in the practice of meditating – daily. Put the two together, and ahhhhh – tranquil presence. Imagine anything is possible. Be the change you want to see, share the good you want to have, fill the world with right action and right intentions.
To see my evolving art practice, visit me on:
I don’t visit twitter often, though I do have an account: @createmeditate
If you want to connect on linkedin, please make sure you send me a note telling me why you want to connect: http://www.linkedin.com/in/rhondaschaller
Do you want to send a note? Stay in touch? Email: email@example.com
I have written a few books and chapters I am very proud of: to find my books and articles:
The Mindful Eye: Transformative Pedagogies in Visual Arts Education can be found on Amazon.com or Common Ground Publishing , May 2018
Newest article: Thriving as an Artist in Mid-Life
In Fall 2012 PDNedu Magazine : Finding Your Inner Voice Project X Snapshot by Harrison Jacobs
Rhonda Schaller’s creative meditation class allows students to be a master of their own tools. Click to read more…
Rhonda Schaller has been passionate about the use of meditation and visualization in art making and in life for over 30 years. She is an artist, gallerist, and career coach who guides artists in career management, exhibition strategies, and fund raising; as well as finding their artistic voice through spiritual practice. She is the director of Schaller + Jaquish Art Projects; founder, Create Meditate; Director, Pratt Institute Center for & Professional Development; and adjunct faculty for the School of Visual Arts. She co-founded the Ceres Gallery, NYC in 1984 and was a Board Member and faculty of the New York Feminist Art Institute. A graduate of Queens College, she is an artist and writer who has received grants in support of her artwork since 1998. Her artwork is in the permanent collections of the Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester, C. Everett Coop Institute, Art of Healing Gallery of Dartmouth University Medical School, the Exit Art/Reactions collection, Library of Congress, and Franklin Furnace/Book Art archives, Museum of Modern Art. She received a $250,000 grant from the Alan B. Slifka Foundation sponsored by Ceres for the DARKNESS and LIGHT project; commissioned by The Abraham Fund Coexistence Initiative for a limited print series; and received a commendation from the IJAYA Ben Uri Gallery London Jewish Museum of Art for her painting Ether and Chaos.
She lives and works in Hoboken, NJ.