New work, an egg and its origin


New work, an egg and its origin I really like to depict things from my daily life, or as in this case with a reference to a friend and his living space. It has been a great challenge for me to depict the egg as you see it. It is almost a meditative work to align the egg so that it stops on its own.

The simpler, the more elaborate the planning and presentation. A really good representation of the egg in art is shown by the Mag of the Kunsthalle Schirn in Frankfurt am Main. please click here to view

The egg - the perfect form. And a symbol for fertility and new life. This has inspired artists of all genres again and again. Whether in medieval oil paintings, in the form of contemporary steel sculptures or as despicable everyday objects such as lamps, children's high chairs, free-floating hanging chairs or colourful plastic furniture for the shopping break in the southwest Chinese megacity of Chongqing - if you look closely, you will often discover the egg in art and design.
I hope you like my interpretation of the egg.

I only create unique pieces on black glass. As technique I use the Wet Collodion Process. The original process dates back to 1852, with which Frederick Scott Archer and Gustave Le Gray experimented simultaneously. The discovery goes back to you in general.