Bronze sculpture details
A burbling ode to the precious drops, above all the Franconian ones: from an oversized Bocksbeutel wine bottle, the boy pours the liquid into an equally voluminous wine glass held by a girl. Of course, in this case only water instead of wine – not only due to the alcohol restrictions to protect the young. The sculpture is designed as a fountain sculpture.
Edition in bronze, cast using the lost wax technique, chased and patinated by hand.
Theophil Steinbrenner studied sport and art education from 1965-1969, upon which he spent a few years as a teacher before he ventured into the fine arts in 1983. Since then, Steinbrenner has created an extensive range of graphic and ceramic works.