TYPE OF WORKS
Mainly three-dimensional monumental sculpture.
Also works in commissions in relation to architecture and surroundings.
Occasionally takes on figurative-works.
Contemporary sculpture made out of steel, ceramic, wood and stone.
1996 Stoneware ceramic dublicates by Phillip King which got exhibited in New York - USA.
1998 “Bus Stop” by Phillip King (coreten steel sculpture) commissioned by Ironbridge open air
museum of steel sculpture in Coalbrookdale - England.
1998 “ Sun Roots “ ( by Phillip King ) for the open air museum Kirischima - Japan.
1999 Sun Roots fabrication in bronze for Good-wood sculpture park - England.
2002 Column for the fountain of the community centre in Weissbach
Salzburg - Austria.
2003 Creating a fountain made out of marble for a restaurant called Auvogel in Salzburg.
2004 Building an outdoor sculpture called ”Sundial” made out of steel and concrete for the Tauernradweg in Weissbach - Austria.
2009 Construction of a metal crystal (by Friedrich Weissbacher / Nicole Waltl Piffer ) for the Salzburger-Hof in Leogang - Austria.
2010 Stonesculptures for the Salzburger-Wohnbau in Lofer - Austria.
2013 Steelsculpture for the motorway rest area in Enns-south - Austria.
Balustrade made out of iron for the hotel Goldberg in Bad Hofgastein - Austria.
2014 Granitstone-sculpture for the new kindergarden in Nebelschütz - Germany.
2015 Stonesculpture for a private collector in St. Martin (Schloss Grubhof) - Austria.
2017 Covering one of the facade with metal at the hotel Goldberg in Bad Hofgastein - Austria.
2018 Steelsculpture and stonesculpter installation for Asfinag at the motorway rest area in Enns-south A1 - Austria.
The heart of the matter is one of the most important aspects approaching new works. Once understood this fact, shape and size will sculpt itself to one total piece
The creation of an aura in artworks requieres many careful thoughts of the artist
Some of my work is on a model scale, while others out of doors are rather big and monumental sculptures, made out of metal, stone or concrete
The cause and virtue of the beginning creates a notion, a sensation of sorts, an idea and the desire to act on it to do something with it
I’m trained as a structural-engineer and worked together with architects and a number of sculptors from different countries. Some of those commission works went to Japan, China, USA and Europe