The Austrian sculptor Manfred Hellweger (*1986) lives and works in Pettneu am Arlberg and Nesselgarten near Fliess in Tyrol. In 2004, Manfred graduated as a sculptor at the technical school for arts and crafts in Elbigenalp (Tyrol). Shortly after, he became self-employed as a freelance artist and in 2013 additional graduated as a stone sculptor at the technical school for stone processing in Lasa (South Tyrol).
Creative process and inspiration of Manfred Hellweger
In his works, the artist deals with questions of meaning and value in existence, the world and people. His unmistakable sculptures are mainly made of wood and metal. Cubes, strips, boards or nails are connected to each other using different techniques in such a way that a figurative or abstract form emerges that tapers downwards. Through this process, Manfred Hellweger's sculptures seem to dissolve vertically and create a flowing dynamic. The artist refers here to the constant change of our time. Everything changes and evolves, nothing stays the same.
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