Holger Schulz

silver│sculptures

silver sculpture balance by Holger Schulz Småland Sweden silver and wooden pillar

Balance

solid sterling silver, wooden pillar, steel plate

 

figure: 12 cm

total height: 173 cm


silver sculpture new blindness, Holger Schulz Småland Sweden silver wood

New Blindness

solid sterling silver, wood

 

56 x 10 x 15 cm

figure:  7,5 cm


silver sculpture too big by Holger Schulz Småland Sweden silver and wooden pillar

Too Big

solid sterling silver, wooden pillar, steel plate

 

figure: 7,5 cm

total height: 142 cm


silver sculpture the key by Holger Schulz Småland Sweden silver and wooden pillar

The Key

solid sterling silver, wooden pillar, steel plate

 

figure: 3,5 cm

total height: 147 cm


silver sculpture what did you say? by Holger Schulz Småland Sweden silver and wooden pillar

What Did You Say?

solid sterling silver, wooden pillar, steel plate

 

figure: 7 cm

total height: 151 cm


silver sculpture Jimmie, Holger Schulz Småland Sweden silver wood

Jimmie

solid sterling silver, wooden pillar, steel plate

 

height figure: 4,5 cm

total height: 152 cm


silver sculpture wedding anniversary by Holger Schulz Småland Sweden silver and wood

Wedding Anniversary

solid sterling silver, wood

 

figure: 6,5 cm


silver sculpture a child's adventure by Holger Schulz Småland Sweden silver and wood

A Child's Adventure

solid sterling silver, wood

 

figure: 5 cm


silver sculpture asia by Holger Schulz Småland Sweden silver, wood, steel

Asia

solid sterling silver, wood, steel

 

figure: 5 cm

total height: 147 cm



silver sculpture hard way up by Holger Schulz Småland Sweden silver, wood

Hard Way Up

solid sterling silver, wood


sculpture kören, the choir, Holger Schulz Art, exhibition, Virserums Konsthall, konstverkstan mörlunda, Sweden

Kören / The Choir (detail)

Exhibited in Virserums Konsthall, Småland, Sweden

Feb - Dec 2018

 

153 plaster figures on a 1 m² wooden board

 

The object represents a Swedish village choir from its founding until the present. The 8 cm high figures are arranged in a seemingly chaotic way because the choir members never lived at the same time. As in most real choirs, men are in the minority.