Jutta Bosch is a painter and sculptor, born 1960 in Munich (Germany). She studied and graduated industrial design at the University of Applied Sciences in Munich, where she also made a sculpture apprenticeship. 1984 she won the First Prize of the Danner Foundation. From 1984 to 1987 she graduated Master of Fine Arts graphic arts at Polish University, London, and went on studying sculpture at the Academy of Visual Arts as a master student of Hans Ladner. During these periods, she participated in many different international exhibitions in Europe. 1990 she married Christof Bosch. 1991 she discovered Action Painting with Hermann Nitsch in Salzburg (Austria). Afterwards, her first continuum, PASSIO, was created. PASSIO is a series of paintings done while listening to arias from Johann Sebastian Bach's "St. Matthew Passio". From then on, several Continuums were created and exhibited in Germany and the United States, such as REQUIEM (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart), NIGHT (Ludwig van Beethoven's Cantata on the Death of Emperor Joseph II), THE ONE (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart), LIFE (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Great Mass in c minor) and MON CŒUR (9 famous Arias sung by Maria Callas). During the period when the continuums were created, Meta, Lukas and Elias were born.