Sculptural beauty, inspired by daily life, plays an important part in Lothar Vigelandzoon’s work. He makes bronze sculptures, using the method of cire perdu. By using different patines on his sculptures he tries to soften the bronze. The realistic colored fruit, as well as the other figurative sculptures are characterized by movement and balance, and leaves sufficient space for the viewer’s own fantasy.
Vigelandzoon is able to translate an illusion into reality. As a spectator you will believe this is all real. You can see it, almost eat it. And cetrainly you want to touch it and feel it. The only thing you’ll want is to get into this illusion of reality.
Lothar Vigelandzoon was born in Paramaribo, Surinam. He is now living in Vence, France, where he is active as a sculptor. He exposes in Paris, Cannes and St. Paul de Vence, Honfleur, New York, London and Singapore.