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Bert Loeschner

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Bert Loeschner

Born: 1981

Hometown: Zwickau, Germany

Based in: Vienna, Austria

 

I am specialized in creating unique handcrafted objects while using the appearance of industrial made products.
My objects include a campfire effect. They attract attention, bring light and warmth into space and work as an eternal eye-catcher just like watching a fire burning.

I have an arts and design background, holding a diploma degree in productdesign (Germany) where i enjoyed a scholarship at IKEA Design Center in Sweden and a postgraduated degree in arts and urban spaces. Since 1o years I learn, develope and experiment different techniques of transforming materials in an autodidactic way. I am always excited about experiencing new techniques and styles. My studio is situated in an old factory in the heart of Vienna, Austria. I love the contrast between the warmth of my works and the coolness of this enviroment.

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In the heat of the night

Bert Loeschner, Austria

Painting

US$ 2,400

wobbling

Bert Loeschner, Austria

US$ 107

dead sidechair wood

Bert Loeschner, Austria

Sculpture

US$ 7,830

rocking chair

Bert Loeschner, Austria

US$ 107

down by the sea

Bert Loeschner, Austria

Sculpture

US$ 4,800

relation

Bert Loeschner, Austria

Sculpture

Price on request

dudes

Bert Loeschner, Austria

Furniture

US$ 1,800

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About Bert Loeschner


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What inspires you?

I get inspired by the magic of reality.


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Describe your creative process.

My process starts with endless experimentations of creating something impossible. Like turning a dream into reality. Usually this leads to something really new.


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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

playful, bright, inspiring


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Who are some artists that have influenced your work?

Eva Hesse, Jeff Koons


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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

my mind


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What is the best piece of advice you have been given?

My father told me to go for quality, quantity is something which comes on it`s own.


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Where do you go for inspiration?

an empty room gives me the most inspiration

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