Sculptural beauty, inspired by everyday life, plays an important role in the work of Lothar Vigelandzoon. He makes bronze sculptures according to the “cire perdu” method. By using different patinas on his sculptures, he tries to soften the bronze.
The realistically coloured fruits, like the other figurative sculptures, are characterized by movement and balance and leave enough room for the viewer’s own imagination.
Lothar is able to turn an illusion into reality. As a spectator, you start to believe that this is all real. You can see it, almost eat it. And you definitely want to touch and feel it. All you want is to step into this illusion of reality. His goal is to bring joy and happiness to the owners and viewers of his artworks. Lothar’s artworks are often referred to as “Jewels”.
Lothar Vigelandzoon was born in Paramaribo, Suriname. He now lives in Vence, France where he is active as a sculptor. He has permanent exhibitions in Paris, Cannes and St. Paul de Vence, Honfleur (France), New York, London, Borgholm (Sweden) and Porto (Portugal).