Born in Lima, Ohio, in 1937, Jane Reichhold studied
Art and Journalism at Bluffton College and Ohio University in
Ohio; and Fresno State and San Francisco State Universities in
The mother of three children, Reichhold has taught art classes
for children, owned a pottery workshop studio, and has been
writing free-lance magazine articles and poetry since 1963,
which have been published worldwide.
In 1971, she moved to Hamburg, West Germany to make sculpture
from ropes, which won acclaim and were exhibited throughout
Europe. Reichhold became the first American woman artist accepted
into Deutsche Kunstlerbund [German Artists' Organization].
She began publishing haiku books in 1979.
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