Johannes Dröge has an intuitive, deep connection to nature and to his material, stone. In the 60 years of his activity he has already trimmed and polished stones sculptures from all over the world. His respect for the environment and the timelessness of his material is evident in all his sculptures at first glance.
Trained in a sculptor's workshop, study visits to Carrara, including the studio of Luigi Corsanini.
Since 1966 freelance, with over 500 exhibitions in Germany and abroad.
Artist Focus: stone sculpture (granite, marble, diabase).
1981 awarded the State Prize, "Stone", from North Rhine-Westphalia
The sculptor Klaus Schröder, Born in 1953, presents a series of works with the matter wood and iron in dialogue, where he uses the creative means of reflection. The different expression of wood and iron Schroeder compensates with the proportions.
His abstract work avoids any possibillity of association and is dedicated to the sculpture itself as a form of expression.
Lon Pennock sculptures, mostly from steel or bronze, act in spite of their static nature, as if they could move at any moment. The precision of the arrangement together with the geometric playfulness leave the viewer room for interpretation. Pennock's main theme is the language of the material. So because of their subtle development, it seems as if his impressive sculptures come out of nothing.
Represented in private and public collections in the Netherlands, France, USA, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Sweden and Slovenia. Numerous sculptures in public spaces in the Netherlands and in France.
The paintings and sculptures of Werner Schlegel indicate the transcendental, the source of life. They show a constantly reinterpreted theme: the play of silence with distinctions and its contrasts. Whereas in the paintings organic surfaces and straight lines meet, in the sculptures wood and steel, edge and curve are pitted against each other.
Werner Schlegel's works are presented in many public collections, e.g. in the Mönchehaus Museum for Modern Art Goslar