Artists’ Portraits

The British sculptor William Peers creates elegant and seemingly effortless forms in marble

Even if the results seem weightless, for him the hard way of working on the stone is important and a prerequisite for his art

Olivia Louvel: total abstraction of image, sound, and stone

The French-British artist uses the software AudioSculpt to transform acoustic quotations by sculptor Barbara Hepworth

Sculptress Simona de Lorenzo: large forms as a means of multiple communication

For the artist from Italy, contrasts are an important part of our world and human existence

The English sculptor Ben Russell creates cacti, fungi, and roots from natural stone

The artist was formerly a restorer of stone objects and lived in London until he returned to the county of Dorsett in the countryside and put his skills to new use

Chris Booth places really big stone sculptures in the landscape and makes even the smallest things visible

The New Zealand sculptor and land art artist draws inspiration for his work from the proximity, nature and the local history

Is Barbara Liotta’s art “AirArt”, where stone LandArt is hung on threads?

The US artist creates airy curtains for parks and museums or as décor for the home

Sibylle Pasche brings the viewer of her marble sculptures to intellectual games

With her works, the Swiss artist depicts „the primal symbols of nature and their processes of change”, as she herself says

Peter Crinnion, British sculptor, produces small, mischievous pieces in stone

He studied fine art and soon discovered the precision of stone sculpting as an enrichment

Helaine Blumenfeld: „marble as a means to show our spiritual side“

Works of the American sculptress are on show at Huygens’ Hofwijck in The Netherlands during summer 2019

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