This composition made in the "Age of Plywood" period, is a free standing sculpture featuring a mountain slope of the small Saint-Bernhardpass camouflaging an abstract Alpin refuge, neighbouring a series of square shaped rocks, elevating a duo of amphores.
An individual object taken from the memorial exhibition:
The Ideal Landscape at The Bruges Art_Institute. About 2018.
Formwork in plaster, muschelkalk, carrara marble, walnut veneer plywood, acryl, Rembrandt color pencils. Tropical hardwood Wengé, Spruce Plywood, chipboard, Maimeri cyan blue oilpastel, Caspar David Friedrich aquarel.