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Mechthild Ehmann

Born in 1963 in  Schwäbisch Gemünd, Mechthild lives in the Black Forest. Although originally rooted in figurative art,  Mechthild  has been developing since 1997 an abstract but formal language in her stone sculptures that combines sensuality with severity and hints at the organoid. With her classic understanding of sculptural language and a vague connection to Brancusi, Arp and Hepworth, Mechthild Ehmann is one of the quiet pervasors with a completely untimely passion for form and material. Opposite, contradictory themes and (material) properties come together in the sculptural process to form a unity whose harmonious balance is not lost in a non-binding aesthetic, but rather leads to tension-filled, erotic condensation. The sculptures, balanced on a tiny support point and therefore movable, surprise and delight with their unexpected lightness and sensual emotionality, which involuntarily move the viewer to touch them.

Mechthild Ehmann

Mechthild Ehmann

LIttle Handaxe (ME102)

LIttle Handaxe (ME102)

MIrror polished bronze, éd. EAII

Little Heart (ME104)

Little Heart (ME104)

Little Heart (ME104) 24 x 22 x 16 cm

Little Heart (ME104) 24 x 22 x 16 cm

Bronze poli miroir, éd. 3/8

Torso II (ME101) 12 x 18 x 22 cm

Torso II (ME101) 12 x 18 x 22 cm

Bronze poli miroir éd. 2/8

Torso II (ME101)

Torso II (ME101)

Torso II

Torso II

Torso II (ME101)

Torso II (ME101)

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