Sculptures in Vaduz
Stilling proceeds from the rules of classical aesthetics in many of his formal approaches.
Figure in a Shelter was completed only a few years before the artist's death.
The expressive bronzes of Nag Arnoldi show influences of Marino Marini and Pablo Picasso, as well as of pre-Columbian art.
The 'Hochsitz' ('Hunter's Stand') is part of the series 'Höhenluft' ('Mountain Air'), which inlcudes works such as 'Orbiter' and 'Der Überschreiter' ('The...
Monoform 29, sculpted by Gottfried Honegger in 1991, is regarded as one of the main works of the Swiss artist,
Doris Bühler talking about her work: "As a visual artist, I am principally interested in the human being itself."
The three steles in the main courtyard in front of the town hall in Vaduz were sculpted from South African granite.
The sculpture, which displays a reclining naked female figure as a symbol of the sleeping soul in figurative style, is in the tradition of monumental sculpture and therefore intended for display outoors.
The bronze sculpture "Renaissance", created in 1985, exists only in three castings. One is in the Fondation Picasso in Antibes and the other in Daniel Spoerri's 'Giardino' in Tuscany.
The Standing Figure, sculpted in bronze according to a stone original, is representative of typical sculptural language.
The Swiss Fountain, a gift from the Association of Swiss Citizens in Liechtenstein, is not a fountain in the traditional sense. Instead, it is a sculpted installation based on the theme of water.
Nag Arnoldi's expressive bronzes show influences of Marino Marini and Pablo Picasso, as well as of pre-Columbian art.
These two triangular stelae are made of a special steamed glass which alters its appearance in a variety of ways according to the changing lighting conditions and the location of the observer.
For two decades, Georg Malin's primary theme has been cubes. These cubes, adorned with letters, emerge from small, polished bronze pieces.