Bettina Maschmeyer Interview for Rosemont Art Advisory

Rosemont Art Advisory Exclusive interview with ​​​B​​​​ettina Maschmeyer.

This interview is part of series of artist interview, released every month in our newsletter.

The artist Bettina Maschmeyer is a woman of many facets and talents, with strong emotions and deep-running human energy which she uses to help others.

Her life is focused on two big issues: Unconditional support for children in need and her devotion to painting.
After a very severe bout of cancer in 1989 she teaches herself to paint, experimenting with many different kinds of materials. Her first paintings were dark and light was used only sporadically, but as she manages to control her malicious illness, her work becomes brighter, more optimistic and more vibrant. Her unbridled “joie de vivre” returns. Bettina Maschmeyer discovers and develops her own personal endearing style in art.

In 1988 she founds the company AWD with her husband Carsten Maschmeyer. Through a lot of hard work and commitment they turn it into a large company.
But Bettina Maschmeyer has always kept her eyes wide open and never turns away from the darker side of life. She is dedicated body and soul to several children´s aid projects. By 1991 she is a devoted mother of two and has co-founded the foundation known as « Stiftung Zuversicht für Kinder » (Foundation Hope for Children). As a member of the board of trustees in Germany, Austria and Switzerland she is often called upon to lead the way with her decision-making.

Being a very visual artist, she perceives everything very intensely. Bettina is passionate about decoration and has already decorated several breathtaking apartments and houses and yachts. Every object has its own personal touch. She uses her unfailing intuition to create perfect harmony between colors, forms and the people who live there.

She has discovered a new medium now: Photography.
We visited her recent mesmerizing water photography exhibition at Wood and Work in Monaco.
and found out how she created a poetic language between design, emotion and nature.
Check out the exhibition at Wood and Work and find out for yourself.

To find out more about the artist and her work please contact: Karolina Blasiak