Stanley Tschopp, a Swiss American artist, is a native Californian. He has been painting and exhibiting his works since 1956. His award winning work has been Exhibited in more than 60 One Man Shows in galleries and museums worldwide, and over 100 group shows worldwide including: Galleries Schumacher, Munich, Germany; Scunthorpe Museum, England; University of Heidelberg, Germany; Faberge Art Association, Denmark; Museum of Modern art, Seoul, Korea; American Cultural Centers in Tokyo, Bangkok and Manila; Rotorua Museum of Art & History, Rotorua, New Zealand; Left Bank Gallery in Laguna Beach, California; Central Galleries in Paris, France; Wilshire Gallery in Los Angeles; Brand Library Art Center, Glendale California; and many more too numerous to note. Tschopp received a B.A. from California State University, Los Angeles, a PhD from the University of Heidelberg, a PhD from Columbia College, Los Angeles, and an Honorary Doctorate from Chung-Ang University in Seoul, Korea. He taught Art History at Universities Internationally during the 1970's.
Tschopp has always stressed the integration and synthesis of all the arts, but in particular the synergism of music and color, but not only in theory. Tschopp has been experimenting and actively immersing himself in this quest since his student days at the University of Heidelberg in Germany in the early 1960's. His multitude of series under 'Art' Tab at: the website represents the metamorphosis of music, art, color and creative execution. More than thirty five years ago, German art critic, Hans Guenter Wallraff, said, "Tschopp malt musik." (Tschopp paints music), and Mr. Tschopp hopes that the viewer will feel, experience and perceive the melody and harmony of this quest in his paintings