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Holzbildhauerei mit der Kettensäge

Edgar Ruf

  • 1. First work 2006 "UMA I"
    From Daniel Eggli's 2-week course at the Scuola di Scultura in Peccia in Vallemaggia in the canton of Ticino. Height 2.20 m made of chestnut wood. Painting acrylic paint. The model was a sculpture from our Indian Art collection, but modified into an African world mother. Located in Düsseldorf.
  • 2. Second work 2007 "UMA II"
    A commissioned work for a friend based on the debut character. Theme: Creativity, implemented through the sculpture of a pregnant mother of the world with children of this world. Cedar. acrylic paint. Is in Neuss. Height 2.20 m. Carried out in the Scuola in Peccia outside of a course supervised by Daniel Eggli. Working time 4 1/2 weeks.
  • 3. Third work 2008 - Chinese mother with her communist children
    Cedar wood. Performed during a course by Daniel Eggki in Peccia and finished outside of the course. Height 2.20 m, stands in the park of Freudenberg Castle in Wiesbaden.
  • 4. Fourth labor 2009 - Mayan mother with children
    On a larger cedar base. Gift to the initiator of the fair trade coffee MOCINO from Guatemala. Height 1.30 m. Stands in Meerbusch. Working time 1 week.
  • 5. Fifth labor 2009 - Maya father with son
    Cedar wood. Counterpart to the Mayan mother. color acrylic. Working time 1 week. Stand with us.
  • 6. Seventh Labor 2016 - Resurrection theme
    Cedar wood sculpture. Height 2.90 m. Started in a one-week course by Daniel Eggli in Peccia in autumn 2015 and finished in the following spring course.
  • 7. Eighth work 2016 - A sculpture sketch. Madonna
    Cedar wood. Height 70 cm. A day's work and rehearsal in Daniel Eggli's course: how coarse and abstract can a character be? color acrylic. Present to friends in Neuss.
  • 8. Ninth Labor 2017 - White Clown
    Cedar wood. A week in the course of Daniel Eggliin Peccia. Height 1.15m. Color Acrl mother of pearl. It's in our son-in-law's office in Düsseldorf.
  • 9. Tenth work 2017 - Renovation of the Chinese primal mother in the park of Freudenberg Castle with the help of the artist and gallery owner couple from Venlo.
    Paint acrylic and clear coat.
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