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sculpture symposia

stones by the river

Sculpture Symposium 1999

Those who are enthusiastic about contemporary sculpture and five sculptors will find a beautiful landscape in the river meadows on the Upper Moselle and an excellent material with sandstone from Udelfang. In 1999 they held their first sculpture symposium in Konz and Oberbillig.

The artists:
Georg Ahrens (Rhineland-Palatinate)
Albert Hettinger (Rhineland-Palatinate)
Christoph Mancke (Rhineland-Palatinate)
Isabelle Federkeil (Saarland)
Bertrand Ney (Luxembourg)

Sculpture Symposium 2001

Enthusiasm is contagious. Only two years pass and again an international group of sculptors transforms natural stones into works of art in the Moselle floodplains of Nittel and Palzem-Wehr.

The artists:
Martine Andernach (Germany)
Willie Bauer (Germany)
Karl-Heinz German (Germany)
Thomas Foehr (Germany)
Hubert Maier (Germany)
Susanne Specht (Germany)
Jurgen Waxweiler (Germany)
Claudia Farina (Italy)
Hartwig Mulleitner (Austria)
Francois Weil (France.)

Sculptures by the river

After two successful sculpture symposiums in 1999 and 2001, ten sculptors set signs in our nature again in 2007 and continued the Rhineland-Palatinate Sculpture Trail project on the Saar.

Sculpture Symposium 2007

The artists:
Thomas Link (Germany)
Johannes Michler (Germany)
Eileen MacDonagh (Ireland)
Birgit Knappe (Germany)
Maria Claudia Farina (Italy)
Sigrún Ólafsdóttir (Iceland)
Ton Kalle (Netherlands)
Jurgen Waxweiler (Germany)
Werner Bitzigeio (Germany)
Dorsten Diekmann (Germany)