INTERNATIONALLY ACTIVE SCULPTOR AND ALSO INITIATOR AND ARTISTIC DIRECTOR OF THE PROJECT
   
 7230541000RICHARD BRIXEL

The softness of the clay, it’s sensual malleability and physical resistance are in my blood. Sculpting small or large pieces of clay gives me the same sensual tactile pleasure. But working with clay on large sculptures offers further challenges, most important of which is to get the clay to stay where I want it to stay, until the molds completely cover the sculpture. Finally after many steps the sculpture emerges, metamorphosed into its final bronze form.

In my art, I attempt to express strong feelings, the metamorp- hosis of life, travels in time and space, whether real or esoteric. I would like to find out who we are, and through my art give courage and strength to my fellow humans. Standing in the studio, my awareness of the sculpture’s dimensions, the Milky Way, parallel universes, multiverse, God, collective subconsci- ousness or what ever word we choose to name miracles, won- ders, these vaults beyond vaults. Everything streams through me and I become a tool, only a tool.

In museum exhibitions I enjoy meeting interested art lovers. However, my greatest pleasure is placing art in public places and in the largest and finest galleries where the creations of nature and mankind meet. I wish that my works of art could form a part of the glue that keep us humans together.

RICHARD BRIXEL

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