See Clearly

See Clearly


Wire and Concrete / 88 x 70 x 40 cm,  2023 / Work in Progress



Symbol of Freedom

Symbol of Freedom


Acrylic and  Wire on Wood / 54 x 72 x 7 cm,  2023 / Work in Progress



Show Up

Show Up


Concrete,  Wire / 42 x 28 x 21 cm,  2022



Walk on the Water

Walk on the Water


Acrylic, Concrete,  Wire, Epoxy /102 x 53 x 51 cm,  2022


Work in Progress

Yellow Blue Red White

Yellow Blue Red White


Concrete, Wood, Paper, Epoxy and Acrylic / 80 x 20 x 20 cm / 20 x 20 x 20 cm,  2022


I created this work for the exhibition Statements in favour of the people in Ukraine, as well as for the freedom movement in Belarus. 

Smashed but Unbroken

Smashed but Unbroken


Acrylic, Concrete, Paper on Wood / 60 x 60 x 7 cm / 2022

"Smashed but Unbroken" symbolized the strength of the Ukrainian People not to give up, but to stand together strong as rocks to fight together for their freedom.




Ironwire, Concrete, Wood/ 160 x 90 x 14 cm / 2021

"Upstairs" symbolized the hope, that everything will became good, if we never give up.

Peace comes from within

Peace comes from within 


Ironwire, Concrete, Lack / 270 x 105 x  160 cm / 2021

Peace comes from within" is a large wire head resting on a concrete base, which is designed in the form of a three-dimensional peace sign. 

The base (neck of the head) resembles a building with entrances and exits, as well as windows where paths can be seen that lead into the interior and extend three-dimensionally in different directions.

From the solid-looking concrete facades, filigree wire struts emerge that seem to project the contours of the peace sign upwards, forming the head of the sculpture. If you look at it from all sides, you can see that the peace sign appears on the face as well as on the entire head, and also permeates the interior.
The solid concrete foundation is meant to symbolise the body, the wire construction the spirit and the space in between the soul. Similar to my work, we should go through life filled with peace.
In my work I create exciting contrasts as well as flowing transitions, which I balance harmoniously. the form seems to evaporate here from solidly condensing to transparently open. similar to us humans, where the physical, the spiritual and the soul are on different levels from material to subtle.  
levels from the material to the ethereal.
On view from 06.06. - 31.10.2021 on the border art route 021-fragile at the KuKuK border crossing Köpfchen Aachen (DE) / Raeren (BE).

Love is stronger than fear

"Love is stronger than fear"


ironwire, Concrete, Lack / 270 x 290 x 160 cm / 2021


 is a human bust made of wire and concrete, created during the Corona Crisis. The sculpture embodies the universal power of love that rests in all of us. It is meant to give people new courage and hope in times of fear and uncertainty. The two rock-like foundations made of concrete inside the shoulders stand for the unshakeable power of love. The stairs in the middle of these two symbolise the way up, pointing to the fact that everything will get better again as long as we believe in love. In this work it was important to me to create an exciting contrast between massive and filigree forms. From the bottom to the top, everything seems to become lighter and more transparent, so that the face or the head appears as a wide-open space. The word "Love" appears to represent the boundless love that unites us as human beings.
On view from 06.06. - 31.10.2021 on the border art route021-fragil at the KuKuK border crossing Köpfchen Aachen ( DE ) / Raeren ( BE ).

Walk for Nature

Walk for Nature


ironwire and concrete / 180 x 90 x 90 cm / 2021


My sculpture "Walk for Nature" shows man in connection with nature. Nature symbolically represented in the form of a tree trunk, moulded and cast in concrete, forms the foundation of the female wire figure that seems to balance on it. We humans are dependent on nature, it forms the basis of our lives, without which we cannot exist. Therefore, we should be careful not to disturb its delicate balance. In these present uncertain times, which make us humans live unnaturally and keep our distance, she meets us completely transparently with arms wide open and invites us to come close to her. On closer inspection through her filigree body shell, her innermost being appears as an imaginary space that leaves us free to make our own mental interpretations.
"Walk for Nature" can be understood both as a reminder to people to respect nature, but also as an invitation to us to meet each other in love without fear.


free spirit

Free Spirit


ironwire and Concrete, 35 x 60 x 15 cm, base:  70 x 20 x 100 cm, 2019


When designing the sculpture "Free Spirit", my aim was to find a balance between the materials iron wire and concrete and to let them flow into each other in such a formal way that they seem to be one.  The 
physical appearance of "Free Spirit" should change from bottom to top, from massive condensed to transparent airy. This symbolizes our physical existence, as well as our mental and spiritual 
and spiritual freedom. We walk the earth, seeming to be temporarily limited by our body, but by means of our creative soul we reach far beyond these limits.
The calm, concentrated and wise facial and eye expressions of the sculpture should reflect this free, creative spirit. Sold




sculpture / iron wire, 125 x 115 x 50 cm, 2019


it shows feminine and masculine expressions, two sides of a person, individual in her or his character.


piu vedi

Piu Vedi                                                                                                                                                                             

sculpture / iron wire, 72 x 44 x 36cm, 2022 / expression of joy and happiness.



colorful stones

Colorful Stones


object / iron wire, paper, acrylic and concrete , june 2020 , 84 x 35 x 11 cm

this object ( rosa / grey ) is the first one of a serie of colorful stones.



Indian Vision

Indian Vision                                                                                                                                               

object , rusty iron sheet, iron wire and concrete / october 2019 / 71 x 91 x 5 cm / indian tradition / closeness to nature / spirituality



Into the light

Into the light                                                                                                                                    

object / iron wire, paper and concrete / october 2019 / 71 x 91 x 5 cm / closeness to god / self-knowledge / enlightenment



Senza Titolo

Senza Titolo front

object / Ironwire, Wood, Paper; Acrylic and Concrete, 72 x 92 x10 cm 


This object shows the inside and outside of a human abstract body, but at the same time it looks like a landscape with paths and courses.
Three-dimensional paths made of iron wire on the front of the object symbolize the ups and downs of human life, revealing the inner self. At the same time, the course of these paths (of life) forms an abstract human silhouette.
On the back side of the object the closed surface appears like a human silhouette and at the same time like a hilly landscape with paths and canyons. The colored layer of paper at first hides what is hidden behind it, like a human skin.

Object should be exhibited on a pedestal standing free in the room, pedestal in the dimensions:  Height / width / depth ( 100 x 95 x 50 cm is included.


Senza Titolo back

object / ironwire, Wood, Paper; Acrylic and Concrete, 72 x 92 x10 cm  






The new Walk 

The Walk 2 

Contract work / sculpture ironwire and concrete, Dimension: ca: 45 x 40 x 8 cm, 2019

sold to an artcollector


Living under the Rocks

Under the Rocks

object / iron wire and concrete, march 2019, 45 x 35 x 40 cm / sold to a private collector 

The object "Living under the Rocks" is modelled on nature, the traces left by wind currents in rocks or sand. The airy, transparent wire construction rests on a curved concrete foundation. Thus the inside and the outside of the sculpture are perceived in the same way. The object is unique.






object / wood and concrete, 65 x 60 x 20 cm, 2001 / part of my diplom work “tutto il giorno”  /  inspired by the pueblo architecture of the native american indians


Life returns

Life Returns

object / ironwire, wood and concrete, 60 x 80 x 10 cm, 2018 / it symbolizes the passing and re-blossoming of nature.  nature has withdrawn into itself through the destruction, but the streams of life have not dried up but wait inside to flow again.





The Way

"The Way"Wire and Concrete, Dimension: ca. 145 x 50 x 25 cm, 2018

Zu sehen sind Aufnahmen meiner noch unvollendeten, zweiteiligen Skulptur “The Way“ aus Beton und Eisendraht. Die beiden Hälften dieses Objekts symbolisieren positive und negative Aspekte des Lebens, die uns begegnen. Für mich spannend hierbei ist der Weg, der durch die Mitte führt, es gibt einen Anfang, ein Ende und ein Dazwischen- den Raum für eigene Interpretationen und Geschichten...

Die Skulptur ist noch unvollendet, es entstehen gerade kubische Aufbauten aus Draht, die  verschiedene Ebenen aufweisen und eine spannende, räumliche Tiefe bewirken, jedoch gleichzeitig vollkommen transparent erscheinen.

Durch diese räumliche Tiefe und das Licht-Schatten-Spiel erscheint der Weg hindurch noch eindrucksvoller und intensiver...

Skulptur wird gegen Ende Oktober vollendet.

Ausgestellt wird sie im Rahmen der Ausstellung "Neu x 6" im 160 qm großen, lichten Saal im Atelierhaus Aachen e.V. , Vernissage ist am 19 November...sold.





The Walk 

The Walk

sculpture / ironwire, base made of concrete, size: approx. 40 x 30 x 7 cm, 2018

This figure appears very dynamic in its movement and structure, almost seems to float.




relief / paper and acrylic on canvas, 60 x 80 x 7 cm, 2017 / 2018 

a commissioned work three-dimensionally modeled from paper and colored with acrylic paint, sold.




Multicultural Head

Multicultural Head

sculpture / ironwire, acryliclack and concrete , 30 x 40 x 65cm / 2017, sold to an collector

This project was about letting people from different backgrounds work together on a large sculpture to give them the opportunity to meet each other. A good opportunity for this was my course "3D Art" in the context of the project "Stars of the Suburbs" at the Aachener Volkshochschule, where I worked for 3 weeks as a lecturer with young refugees aged 14 to 18 years. This wire project started in the last week of the course.
So I started by casting the first wires into a concrete base, so that the first contours of the head could be seen. Then I looked for volunteers in the course to help me shape the head further out of wire.

Two Africans from Eritrea (Siem Ghrymay, Filmon Mehari) and an Afghan girl (Lama Alhamad) helped me to shape the head. So the 4 of us were working on this work at the same time, which in itself was a quiet dialogue and a very successful experiment.




Skulptur Sahara

3D printed Sculpture /,  12/2016,  25 x 25 x 25 cm / work in progress

Progressions in the sand leave traces of the energetic breath of life.





Bronzesculpture "Sahara"

3D printed Sculpture /,  12/2016,  25 x 25 x 25 cm / work in progress

Through the energy of the wind naturally grown forms flow harmoniously into each other




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