Seven steps to heaven - Tribute to Miles Davis

Centmayer, Marcus

  • Tribute to Miles Davis
  • I sawed steel clamping pieces for fastening railway tracks on the sleepers in strips.
  • With the cut-open guide rails of the roller doors from the goods hall of a former train station (my studio), arranged in a row in a series and welded together, two strands result.
  • Two elements to be placed in variable arrangement, 230x8x3 cm and 237x8x3 cm.
  • Weight 18 kg.
  • Shipping crate: Sturdy wooden box, lined on the inside with a cut-out styrodur inner form, 10 kg.
  • Shipping quote on request.

€8.000

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After apprenticeship as a stonemason, studied sculpture at the Kunstakademie Karlsruhe, master class with Hiromi Akiyama. Large sculptures at various symposia in Krastal, Austria, Skulpturenweg Rheinlandpfalz, Spain. Div. public purchases for solo and group exhibitions.

Studio in Worms since 1990. Member of the BBK Rheinland falz and BBK Mannheim, Association of Freelance Sculptors Baden-Württemberg.

Technique: Sculptures
Year: 2015
Country of Origin: Germany
Style: Abstract Art
Image Size: 235 cm x 8 cm x 3 cm
Primary Color: Steel, bright and patinated
Size: Large (upward of 120 cm)
Editions: 1 (Unique)

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Marcus Centmayer: Seven steps to heaven - Tribute to Miles Davis

  • Tribute to Miles Davis
  • I sawed steel clamping pieces for fastening railway tracks on the sleepers in strips.