Wilderness Mind: Dissolving Duality


Annemarie Rawlinson is a visual artist who graduated from El Camino College, Torrance, California, with an A.A. in Fine Art with honors in 1986. Subsequently she studied assemblage with Sarah Perry at Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles and took various UCLA extension classes. She has exhibited nationally and internationally at various venues such as the Stadtmuseum of St. Poelten, Austria; Galerie am Forsthaus in Melk/Danube, Austria; and the Museum of Skopje, Macedonia, where she participated in Art Colony Galichnik. Her artwork is featured in SLMM publications The Art of Layering: Making Connections(2004) and Visual Journeys - Art of the 21st Century(2010). She won a prize in the Global Art competition Artotheque 2007, London.

Rawlinson founded the L.A. Assemblage Group (in existence since 1994) and Art to Grow On in San Pedro, California. She served as docent and chairperson for this second organization, designing and teaching many art projects for art enrichment groups in the South Bay. She also trained as a labyrinth facilitator and builder and has created numerous labyrinths in private and public places.