Inner View, 2002
by Carolina Ramersdorfer
The last stone sculpture placed from the International Stone Sculpting Exposition is by Austrian artist, Carolina Ramersdorfer. Her Indiana limestone sculpture is entitled "Inner View" and incorporates the partnering of organic and geometric forms with a hard-edge cube revealing an inner space where transformation of thought can develop.
This sculpture can be found at the entrance of Rosewood Arts Centre, 2566 Olson Drive in Kettering.
Carolina Ramersdorfer resides and works in Wein, Austria. In 1979, she began studying art in Paris, France. She later studied fresco restoration in Florence and Sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Carrara, Italy. She completed her thesis for a graduate degree in Sculpture and Environment. Carolina received scholarships for work in Japan from the Austrian Ministry of Art and Education. She also received funding from the Federal Chancellery Vienna for Project Carambolage, an arts and cultural exchange with Caribbean West Indies.
Carolina Ramersdorfer has been involved in international sculpture symposia since 1986 and has participated in events and exhibitions in Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Austria and Taiwan. Her work is in permanent collections in Japan and Austria. Carolina has participated in international sculpture stone symposia in Italy, Austria, Japan, Taiwan, the Czech Republic and Canada.