FERESHTEH STOECKLEIN Studied Interior Design in the U.S and Germany. Studies of Fine Art began with oil painting of the ‘French Impressionist School of Painting’ (Ecole des Arts Francais). By living in many different countries, her search for fulfilment of her art continued. As we see from her stay in Malaysia, where she was inspired by Chinese brush painting. She learnt that every brush stroke has special meaning and is influenced by Chinese tradition, religion and philosophy. She joined an art academy in KL whilst also learning from three masters of art of calligraphy, Chinese ink and colour brush painting. Later she returned to Europe, where she joined the ‘Fachhochschule’ in Duesseldorf, Germany and studied the ‘German School of Expressionist Painting’. Here she worked with watercolour and acrylic paints on large canvasses or paper.
The Artists form of expression is in watercolour, Chinese brush, or acrylic. She creates scenes from Africa, Far East, South America and Europe. Her art provides a temporary inclusion for the observer to enter and experience the unique and spontaneous harmony of the painting.
The Artist is a member of the 'Autoren Galerie in Munich Germany', 'Atelier Project in Munich Germany', 'Vision in Art' and 'East and West Artists & Culture club' and a member of the 'Candid Arts Trust' in London