Rolf May (born 1956) never wanted to be anything other than an artist. As a boy, he spent every free minute in the Studio of the painter Rudolf Fuchs. He found a job as a harvester and rags, sold a picture here and there and conquered gradually all artistic techniques up to the bronze casting. After his Mediterranean study trips, he worked in Paris, Munich, and Pasadena, California and had numerous exhibitions in Germany and the United States. Since the 80s Rolf May turned to the fantastic art.