Artists’ Portraits

Turkish sculptor Serdar Kaynak has made duality one of his central themes

The artist is particularly interested in the duality of contrast and reciprocal dependence

Elsa: plants and leaves usually carved from dark slate

French sculptor finds her motifs in the Département Var where she lives

Ancient Art of Stone: „Hark the thunder in the stone“

Artists Andreas Kunert and Naomi Zettl hope to reconcile Man and Earth

Natural-stone-designer Chiara Imperiali: „I breathe marble“

The artist originates from Colonnata near Carrara, famous for its stone and just the serpentine road all the way up

Mary Anne Barkhouse’s Grandfather once transported a wolf from one river shore to the other

Canadian artist adopts legends of the Kwakiutl First Nation and picks up on the conflict between man and nature

„Giardini Incantati“ (enchanted gardens) consisting of natural stone refuse and other materials by Matthew Broussard

The artist designed seven miniature arrangements for the Italian-based Recycled Stones Company

Sunny Wieler: Irland’s green hills as an inspiration for private gardens

The Irish artist admires the local landscape and has adopted it as the backdrop for his work

Enchanting animal figures from Eastern Europe

In the Ural Mountains region of Perm the traditional handicraft of using soft stone is experiencing a comeback

Marble butterflies at hand

Italian jewelry designer Sara Devoti combines super-thin natural stone with precious metals

Gerhard Trieb: Cubic landscapes on natural stone surface

Austrian artist Gerhard Trieb cuts grooves in stone and chips away small plateaus

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