Susanne Boerner:
Garden stele "House Guardian Owl"
Susanne Boerner:
Garden stele "House Guardian Owl"

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limited, 199 copies | numbered | signed | handmade | clay partially gold-plated | wood | total size approx. 140 x 25 x 18 cm (h/w/d) | weight approx. 25 kg | suitable in- and outdoor

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Garden stele "House Guardian Owl"
Susanne Boerner: Garden stele "House Guardian Owl"

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Garden stele "House Guardian Owl"

Hand-modelled owl made of black clay mounted on a 200-year-old oak stele with mortises. Ears and beak refined with 24-carat gold leaf. Limited edition 199 copies, signed and numbered. Size owl approx. 29 x 12 x 12 cm (h/w/d). Size incl. pedestal approx. 140 x 25 x 18 cm (h/w/d). Weight approx. 25 kg. Small variations in size and weight are possible - each piece is unique. Frostproof fired ceramic. The sculpture is secured on the beam by a metal rod. The base plate can be secured to a suitable surface with two screws.

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Portrait of the artist Susanne Boerner

About Susanne Boerner

Susanne Boerner, born in Göttingen, Germany, has been working successfully for many years as a designer of ceramics, wood and metal. She is an expert in handicraft, and this is how her weatherproof sculptures are created in limited quantities. Her sculptures that are often made of unusual material mixes of ceramics, wood and metal are shaped and painted by hand. Boerner's distinctive objects are colourful, a little quirky - and always full of fantasy and humour.

Her works have also been spreading cheerfulness in Brussels since March 2017: on the 60th anniversary of the Treaties of Rome, her large ensemble of figures "European Citizens" was set up as a permanent exhibition in front of the European Commission building. 13 life-size figures made of metal and clay adorn Jean Monnet Square, which is named after one of the founding fathers of European unification.

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