Roberta Karstetter


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Exhibiting Member
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First Image

Image No.1
Caption No.1
Even The Stones Will Cry Out!
Description No.1
Assemblage Art/Found Object Shadow Box 16” x 19 x 14”

Second Image

Image No.2
Caption No.2
The Least of These
Description No.2
Found Object Assemblage in response to the internment of refugee children, separated from parents, held in cages at US southern borders.

Third Image

Image No.3
Caption No.3
Stop The Hate!
Description No.3
Response to rally of white nationalists & supremacists, Charlottesville, VA in 2017.

Arts data

Relation to Art
  • Artist
  • Supportor/Patron
  • Arts Volunteer
  • Christian Educator
  • Arts Program Director
Arts Media
  • Sculpture
  • Jewelry
  • Liturgical art - installation
  • Other
Arts Proficiency
Artist Statement
I am a wife, a mom, a grandmother, and a spiritual being having random earthly and spiritual experiences.
Having tried different mediums in art, I most enjoy using unique, eclectic objects, working together in an expression, or thought, that evokes emotion, and a sense of "Ah-Ha!". Much of my assemblage art takes a light-hearted look at things or events, but many pieces offer a deeper, reflective view of the spiritual and our journey with God.

I am involved in the Arts Ministry at Christ Church, Delavan, as artist and curator of our yearly "Art as Prayer Show", held during Lent each year. Also as a contributing artist to "Art in the Narthex" at Christ Church, showing art reflecting on the Church Seasons or lessons of the current times.

A member, since 2015, of Gallery 223, Geneva Lake Arts Foundation 223 Broad St., Lake Geneva, WI.

Retired in Sept. 2017 as Parish Administrator/Treasurer/Bookkeeper at Christ Church, Delavan, WI where I worked part time for 34+ years.
Involved as a volunteer in Children's Ministry, and a fellow sojourner on the journey with Jesus.

Church data

Christ Episcopal Church, Delavan, WI
Church Name
Christ Episcopal Church of Delavan, WI

Additional information

Most of my work is "Assemblage Art", a three-dimensional artistic composition made from found objects.

Using found objects from old, rusty, sometimes broken things; to bits, pieces & parts of other things, I enjoy the recycling of what some would see as usless objects. I love using unique, eclectic objects, working together to form an expression, or thought, that evokes emotion, and a sense of "ah-ha!"

Much of my art is spiritual, motivated by events happening in the world, some take a light-hearted, whimsical look at things, but the majority offers a deep,
reflective view of God, of life, and our part in it.

Many are used as interactive prayer meditations in a prayer chapel or used as prayer stations for events or workshops. Please feel free to contact me about the possibility of bringing them to your worship space or event.

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