About

Holger C. Lönze MRBS is a sculptor working in bronze. Since moving to Ireland in 1995, he has widely exhibited in the UK, Ireland, Germany, France, Italy and Spain and has worked on projects in the public domain. He trained as a furniture maker before studying architecture in Detmold where he became assistant to sculptor Axel Seyler. At the University of Ulster in Belfast he studied lithography and sculpture, completing a Ph.D on visual perception and time in sculpture (thesis). As a researcher in environmental design for The Eden Project and Falmouth College of Arts, Cornwall he further pursued his interests in craft materials and the making of Irish curachs. Holger is part of collaborative projects including and Poietikos as well as a professional member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors, the Crafts Council of Ireland and Visual Artists Ireland. Click here to view full CV.