"I am like a moon that shines on an immense, unknown sea where ships never pass”

Featured artist- Imke Rust

Imke and I theoretically live in the same city, although she’s recently forsaken sunshine and wide open spaces to spend time in Berlin, following her heart and her art 😉

I miss having her around to talk shop and bemoan the struggles encountered in our local art scene. Imke makes a mean vegetarian chilli, and is the most even-tempered artist I know. I suspect this trait has got her further in her career than a lot of the more moody and outrageous artists out there, and boy those still waters do paint some dark depths!

She’s a very talented artist who’s had a lot of success already, and she’s only getting better and going bigger. A gallery in Berlin will be hosting her next exhibition in 2012. Yay!

Check out her site:  imkerust.com

For WillieWhite Despair (The Funeral)m_Dying OwlBaobab Tree

All artwork by Imke Rust


3 responses

  1. Awesome!

    October 17, 2011 at 12:02 pm

  2. Imke Rust

    PS. – I was not aware of your blog – found it by pure chance. Good luck and have lots of fun with it. Maybe you could activate the thing that immediately posts a notice on FB, when you add a new post. Anyway, have subscribed now, so i will stay in the loop :). And an email to you is on the to-do list, with lots of new pics.

    October 17, 2011 at 10:55 am

  3. Imke Rust

    Thank you Silke for your kind and encouraging words and support! Always so good to hear this from my friends and fellow artists! Gosh, as much as i am enjoying Berlin, i miss home and you guys!!!

    October 17, 2011 at 10:52 am

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