Astrid Monique Muller-Karger

"Meditation XII / An Idea That Will Let Us Be", Graphite on Watercolor Paper, 12" x 24"

Astrid Monique Muller-Karger

"Meditation XXI / A Compulsion: This Is The Place To Go Now", Graphite on Watercolor Paper, 16" x 20"




Art Exhibit

Astrid Monique Muller-Karger

Meditations | Gallery Reception: 7-9 PM

This is a free event.

  • Astrid Monique Muller-Karger

Event Details

Current exhibits are available for viewing Monday – Friday from 9:30 am to 5 pm, during public concerts and by appointment. For more information or to make an appointment, call 734-769-2999.


Referencing petroglyphic and pictographic forms as a shared origin art for all people, Astrid Muller-Karger narrates the evolution of the human condition, the development of the self, our relationships with each other and our environment. Mathematics, geometry and nature are used to represent the fundamental structures of the world being engaged, without associations to country or creed. From our highest aspirations to our mundane failures, these drawings distill even our most basic interactions in order to reach the spirit with which we navigate life to build a self and community.

Astrid Monique Muller-Karger

Astrid Monique Muller-Karger was raised between the American South and Northern Italy. At thirteen Astrid left home to attend boarding school for visual arts at Idyllwild Arts Academy for four years before returning to the deep south to get a degrees in both Painting and Sculpture at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia. Astrid currently resides in the Kerrytown neighborhood of Ann Arbor Michigan and is earnestly dedicated to becoming ferociously Midwestern.

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