Klaus Börner:
Wall object "Via Appia"
Klaus Börner:
Wall object "Via Appia"

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handmade | signed | slate | bronze | brass | size 15 x 20 cm (h/w) | suspension device

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Wall object "Via Appia"
Klaus Börner: Wall object "Via Appia"

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Wall object "Via Appia"

As early as 1978, the Berliner Morgenpost wrote on the occasion of one of Klaus Börner's first exhibitions: "Klaus Börner can create magical landscapes in which sun and moons of silver and gold, white-metallic clouds, dark-bronze surfaces, plains, mountains, dripping foliage on coral-like branching trees conjure up a picture of the world that is almost magical in its depth and stillness."

Wall object in slate, bronze and brass. Catalogue raisonné no. 350. Each piece is unique. Signed by the artist. Size 20 x 15 cm. With suspension device.

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Portrait of the artist Klaus Börner

About Klaus Börner

Born in Hildesheim, Germany, in 1951, the goldsmith and sculptor Klaus Börner is a maverick – an artist who does not subscribe to the current and quickly forgotten art trends, but goes his own way, close to nature.

Börner uses mainly slate for his unmistakable objects. He combines the small rectangular slate panels with materials such as bronze, steel, brass and sapphires. They combine with the fine lines carved into the slate to create enchanting landscape impressions. The compositions consist of few pictorial elements such as trees or animals and thus leave a lot of room for imagination.