I am a self-taught and independent artist since 1999, creating both figurative insect sculptures and abstract works, small or monumental, for indoor or outdoor spaces, some accessible and others more exclusive.
All my works are crafted from recycled metal.
Since my childhood, I have been fascinated by the biodiversity of nature. I grew up in freedom and joy in rural areas, observing frogs, earthworms, mice, and insects with respect and admiration. Although I may have looked at the world naively, I consciously choose to continue seeing life this way and believe that respect for nature is more important than ever.
My insect sculptures, spiders, bats, frogs, and more, speak for themselves. The creation of abstract (monumental) sculptures has the same obviousness in this context. By placing my sculptures in carefully chosen settings, I aim to create a visible fusion between art and nature.
Placing a sculpture near a tree draws attention to that tree. In return, the natural backdrop of mountains, trees, clouds, rocks, or water immediately places an artwork in its rightful place, with its rightful value.
Grateful for the experiences of my youth, I realize that a balanced environment can form the foundation of a happy existence. Through my work and research over the past 20 years, I hope to bring more attention, respect, and justice to life on Earth, both for animals (including humans) and plants.
Welcome to my world and my website.
GALERIE (edited pictures)
Older text: Metal Speaks to me