Wolfgang Sandt

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by Wolfgang Sandt

Stoneflowers, Corniculum marmoreum album

Today I present the Corniculum marmoreum album, the "White marble horn".

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by Wolfgang Sandt

Stoneflowers, Magnifolium lapideum

Magnifolium lapideum is one of the tallest stone flowers in the shelter.

Strictly speaking, it is not a flower, but...

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by Wolfgang Sandt

Stoneflowers, Marmogentiana cruciata

The gentian plants, which are among the endangered species here, are of course an indispensable part of every pre-Alpine stone flower collection...

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by Wolfgang Sandt

Stoneflowers, Marmorafloris vitreo mollis

I called this stone flower Marmora Floris vitreo mollis.
The "Ma" stands for two things.

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Stoneflowers, Salvia marmarea

The stone flower I want to present today is called Salvia marmarea.

Sage may be known to most as a tea, medicinal plant or spice...

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Shelter - the exhibition that does not exist

Since March 13th my exhibition "Schutzraum" can be seen in the art vault of the Stadtsparkasse Kaufbeuren. That means it would be visible if it were open.

Until two days ago it was...

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by Annette Greifenhagen

Luce - My actual exhibition in Castel Rigone

Until August 25 you still can see my exhibition "Luce" in the church San Bartolomeo in Castel Rigone, Umbria...

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by Wolfgang Sandt

My exhibition at the Malura Museum, Pictures

Finally I have time to write this post, showing...

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by Wolfgang Sandt

How I work. A sneak peek into my studio

You may ask yourself “How did it happen that a sculptor created an entire art show with sculptures and…poems.

Well, I hadn´t done this before. But to explain it I need to tell you a little how I work.

 

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