1948 born in Wolfenbüttel
1983 - 1984 Brixton College, London (painting)
1984 - 1991 St. Martin´s School of Art BA in Fine Arts and Critical Studies (painting,sculpture and photography)
1991 TEFL/TESOL-Certificate at City of Westminster University, London (teaching English as a foreign language and language
teaching in general)
1997 - 1999 Art Therapy at Goldsmiths University, London
since beginning of 2000 working under Arnold Hertel (sculptor and art therapist at the Art and Therapy Unit) of Klinik
Wiesengrund (Psychiatric Hospital for children and adolescents)
Portrait drawing at events: Regina Scull enjoys observing and drawing people in cafes and other public places,
even while travelling on the Underground. In order to capture mood and feeling, she prefers to secretly observe rather than
having a posing opposite trying to look natural.
A drawing takes between 5 - 7 minutes on average, a quick sketch ca. 2 - 3 minutes. Her favourite drawing medium is
graphite, sometimes she uses charcoal, or red crayon for children. Format: normally DIN A4. Fee: 150 Euro for 2 hours.
Outside Berlin fares and expenses extra.