Karen Mosbacher, International Award-Winning American artist, is an abstract expressionist painter, known for the synesthetic qualities in her work. Growing up surrounded by the sounds of classical and jazz piano, and pursuing studies in classical dance and visual art, she developed an early dedication to personal creativity. Karen’s earlier projects included her “Welcome Home” and “The Enchanted Land” series, both depicting synesthetic visions of scenes and observations from her return to Santa Fe after spending two years in Atlanta. While in Atlanta, she was honored by a mentorship and residency with a well-known southern abstract expressionist, Clara Blalock, a student of Philip Guston. Karen was awarded an extended residency in Orquevaux, France. She holds a BFA in Painting from the University of Oklahoma, a Master of Divinity from Phillips Theological Seminary, and MFA studies from the University of New Mexico. She recently moved from Oklahoma to Colorado Springs.