Christine Röhrl-Lippert:
Sculpture "Seated with bowl"


Christine Röhrl-Lippert:
Sculpture "Seated with bowl"

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Ars Mundi Exclusive Edition | Limited 199 pieces | Numbered | Signed | Selenite casting | Handpainted | Size:26 x 25 x 28 cm (W/H/D) | Weight: approx. 5.2 kg.

Christine Röhrl-Lippert: Sculpture "Seated with bowl"

Gracefully on the ground sitting the voluminous women's figure offers a bowl. She thanks or give and waits patiently. Dedicatedly of a person or the life even towards. A pose which still underlines the delicate sensuality of the figure.

Selenite cast, hand-painted, numbered and signed. Edition 199 pieces. Size: 26 x 25 x 28 cm (W/H/D). Weight: approx. 5.2 kg. Exclusive to Ars Mundi.

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1960, graphic artist and painter, sculptor

The women are viewed by Christine Rohrl Lippert, who the graphic artist, painter and sculptor and born in 1960, has made the topic: female figures in lush, rounded shapes, which seem very aware of the effect of her femininity. Rohrl Lippert implements them not only picturesque, but she lets her heroines come to bear in three-dimensional. Christine Rohrl Lippert began as a balance to the work as a graphic designer with the first voluminous women sculptures made of clay. Women were her central motif, a projection surface for EarthLink, strength and energy. The curves, shapes and the suggested severity of female characters in Rohrl-Lippert's images draw on elements of her sculptures. This vitality for life plays a role for the artist primarily regardless of social norms. Her female characters eventually develop a charming life. Rohrl-Lippert fascinates in her work the contradictions and illusions: "Formal severity will be countered by the lightness of the painting and the playfulness of the elements."

Designation for an art object (sculpture, installation), which is produced according to the will of the artist in multiple copies in a limited and numbered edition.

Artist's multiple contributed to "democratization" of art as the work was made available and affordable for a wider audience.

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