You grasp a sculpture with your hands

plastic art

First of all, one has to differentiate between sculptures and plastics.
A sculpture is worked out of a material (marble, wood). A sculpture, however, is built up by constant additions, such as a clay sculpture. This can then of course be molded and then cast.

I find making sculptures easier than painting. There is no need here to translate a 3-dimensional object into a two-dimensional view. Accordingly, you don’t have to deal with colors very much. All you have to do is look closely at the object and model a corresponding shape out of clay. If something isn’t right, it’s easy to reshape.

In my opinion, objects such as a Tiffany lamp also belong to the sculptures, since they are also made up of individual elements. It is very satisfying when you don’t have to limit yourself in your sculptures, but can add other elements to them. In this way, not only luminous objects were created, but also moving or noisy ones. Some of these sculptures are even provided with a function that goes beyond aesthetic pleasure. These can thus be assigned to the object design:

From Disappearance I (13 x 13 x 20 cm / clay)

Skull (13 x 15 x 25 cm / clay)

Washing woman (approx. 10 x 10 x 20 cm / bronze)

The Mind (42 x 28 x 27 cm / lead, copper, glass)

red torso (40 x 45 x 25cm / glazed clay)

Empty space (60 x 65 x 20 cm / copper wire, LEDs, plastic)

some works