According to Barbara Rehg, the journey is what makes everything worthwhile. The process of creating art is what she chose as her intellectual and spiritual trials.
“While a goal is always necessary, the process of reaching for that goal is where 99.9% of our life is spent. Enjoying the daily moments, the challenges that come up and the ‘unexpected’ that the universe deals out is how we as individuals evolve and find our purpose and shape our attitudes about life.
I view making images as my chosen process that challenges my mind and forces my spirit to find ways to soar.” (Barb Rehg Website)
Barbara Rehg’s art is also a journey in color, line, shape and texture. Her travels across the world serves as inspiration. During these travels she came upon objects or happenings like a chair, a wall, mist and through her process she transform them into an abstraction.
She has been a member of the WCA and WCAGA since 2001 and is currently the Exhibit Chair on the WCAGA board. She is a valuable member of the art scene in Atlanta and is represented by Mason Murer Gallery.
For more information, contact details and more art check out her website.