The sculptures are produced with fiber pulp ( flax, stinging nettles, abaca and cotton) built over mold or skeleton of plaster or mesh. The visual expression ranges from 2.5-metre-high column shapes (tinted on thin rods attached to a floor base) or fragments of human bodies or vase-shaped containers with associations to the human torso.
Pillar in flax, cotton and gold
Height: 220 cm. For sale
2nd prize winner in
4.th Triennale Internationale de Papier, Switzerland
The artistic commission of the International Triennial of Paper met several times at which time 416 works by 48 artists from 18 countries were examined and considered for inclusion in the competition-exposition. Link
Width: 65 Height: 75 cm
Pillars in flax and cotton
210-240 cm high
Torsofragments in stinging nettles, tulips and cotton
The torsofragments were exhibited in The Arch Bishop´s Museum in Trondheim, Norway.
Torsofragment in abaca and cotton
Wall- front and back