Annerose Riedl has always been concerned with the image of women and also places this at the centre of her work. It was not until the 1980s that the self-taught artist began sculpting. Her colourful wooden sculptures do not show idealised women – far away from all imposed ideals of beauty – but strong, individual personalities who stand vehemently in life.
Extract from Annerose Riedl autobiography. Read More