Music and movements ...
... Dance to your innermost
... or to the sound of your
Carrara Bianco, Marble from the quarries around the
city of Carrara, Tuscany, Italy
The size of the original blocks was 40x40x110cm
a Torso sculpted at Europe's
largest collective stone
workshop on the Atlantic
coast of Sweden.
The material is Diabas, a
basalt quarried in
the southern region of Sweden.
The stone is difficult to buy and
very hard to work.
The size of the original block
three out of a number of sculptures
in all sizes representing the
human need to demonstrate
power and wealth.
Sculptures are made of different "precious" stones
like Statuario Marble from Italy, Onyx from Iran
and Mexico, Black Marble from Spain
and China, red granite and black Diabas
The largest Power Stick is 260cm long.
Both works belongs to a serial of
medium large sculptures
in marble and coloured limestone
from different regions in Portugal.
It depicts moments from a
newborn early days.
Many of these sculptures are
still been exhibited in parks and
alleys in the city of Sintra, Portugal
and its surroundings
"Twins" and "Single" are made of marble
the blocks original size was 80x50x220cm
Thinking of what kind of life would
survive the ravages of man,
I get a vision of jellyfishes swimming
around in dark waters.
"Medusa" is made of a green limestone from the
quarries around the Indian city of Udaipur.
It's sculpted in "Make Art In India" facilities in the
hamlet of Mamallapuram, Tamilnadu, India
The size of the original block was 30x40x120cm
Its' rather impossible not to be
influenced by my new
ELEPH is a sculpture where
the style of the body belongs to
Tamilnadus' rich image tradition
The stone is a grey-black Granite
the old capital of the Pallava
Dynasty, 6th century AD.
This granite allows details almost as
delicate as in marble.
The size of the original stone block
I borrowed one of India's
more significant Gods to
depict a kategory of enthusiasts
who put their lives at risk
when they exercise the sport.
The grey-black granite is the same as for
Out of a block of extremely delicate
limestone from the hamlet of Pero
Pinheiro, Portugal, pops up
a figure holding a kind
of "Digital Card"
The size of the block was 200x60x270cm