Bronze sculpture details
Since the beginning of arts, one of the fundamental questions has been: What is a human being? Robert Simon describes a human being as a creature "consisting" of numerous elements, whose nature can be determined and changed by every single experience and incident in his life - they are all parts that made him what he is.
Edition in bronze, cast using the lost wax technique, chased and patinated by hand.
Robert Simon could have been a musician. Before he became a sculptor, he studied music, but decided to perfect his sculpting talents which were clearly visible in his youth. In Austria - at the sculpture school Geisler-Moroder, he has been sharing his knowledge and experience as a lecturer with the next generation. At the same time, he completed an apprenticeship as a wood and stone sculptor.