I make sculptures, high reliefs, drawings and paintings.
I became known mainly for my sculptures, which I saw, raspele, beat and sand from domestic woods such as poplar and linden, but also hardwoods such as beech, oak or cherry and partially accentuate by painting. I try to make the sculptures from one piece of grown wood at a time and very rarely add another piece of wood.
I see my artistic starting point in Ernst-Ludwig Kirchner and the early Aristide Maillol. I still see myself as a learner and often wish for the great master Michelangelo as a nightly visitor in my studio to help me complete a sculpture. Since this is not possible, I try to imagine his strict judgment and try very hard so that the piece of wood becomes something that perhaps even has something like soul.