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sitting on a rainbow chair Sculpture

Sandra Brugger


Sculpture, Wood on Steel

Size: 16.5 W x 38.2 H x 28 D in

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The trained sculptor Sandra Brugger models her objects layer by layer from a self-developed wood pulp, which she elaborately produces from wood chips and sawdust, alternating with artists' acrylic paints. An intensive process, since each layer is associated with a long drying time. Over a long period of time, this technique was developed and at the same time a way was found to create something new and alive again from something old, a waste product. The self-produced wood pulp from lime wood is applied layer by layer alternating with artist acrylic paints, among other things to make the individual layers visible on the back. The respective layers symbolize at the same time also the individual stages in the life of a person and stand symbolically also for the fragility, vulnerability, but at the same time for its strengths. The individual lines on the back also stand for the annual rings, the lifelines, as in a tree. The body fragment was placed on a chair. All works of the artist are unique.

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Sculpture:Wood on Steel

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:16.5 W x 38.2 H x 28 D in

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« Art helps me to express myself when words are missing. It is my retreat and helps me to be with myself, to lose myself in my own world. » Sandra Brugger (*1986) is a freelance self-employed sculptress based in Austria whose works have been exhibited nationally, as well as in Germany and Italy. Through her works she processes experiences, emotions and situations that have touched her. The subjects and themes presented in Brugger's pieces are expansive and range from abstract shapes and nature, to humans. Her distinctive pieces are most often created using wood.

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