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Sculptor

BRONZE   SCULPTURES

Years of worldwide travel and experiences with other cultures, people and artistic expressions have left their mark on Gerhard’s style. He often combines different objects, humans, animals, textures and harmony lines to create his view of new compositions or abstract artworks. He follows, after his definition, his 'harmony lines' to achieve even in chaotic compositions harmonious results.

His artworks are often expressed in a humourious way, mostly though abstract and naturalistic. His artworks are considered as key elements for global connections and communications, regardless of cultural differences, similar to music. Before he starts an artwork in bronze he often thinks about if the message of this sculpture will be understood in 2000 years from now on as well. 

Wedge face
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Giant ant
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The middleman has one on the bottom and one on top
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Soundflower
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Underwater hero
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Hasenjagd (Bunny hunt)
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Composition-III
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Sei-kein-Angsthase!
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Composition V
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Bark head
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Sitting pregnant woman
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Female swan
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Inca head
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Golden vulture
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The kiss
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Axe
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Ice flower
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The new feminism
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Totem
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"Young-on-old" composition
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Asian mask
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Who here is the boss?
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Native American Indian
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Dutch man
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Pear
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Metamorphose- part 1
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Metamorphose-part 2
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Metamorphose-part 3
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Antler
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Head-bird-composition
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Shoveler
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Hello Neighbour!
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Bronze mask & chocolate
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Medusa
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Law of nature
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Sitting, pregnant woman
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Smile
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Head-bird-composition
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Stand-up
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Child of nature (Front and backside)
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