Künstler Fotoblech
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FOTOBLECH - Artworks

Figures of the fire brigade (Kollerschlag, Austria)

Kollerschlag Kollerschlag

Artist: Otto Saxinger
Owner: Freiwillige Feuerwehr Kollerschlag
Implementation: Brüder Resch Hoch- u. Tiefbau

Double-shell curved and interconnected elements create a lively motif that offers different impressions depending on the viewing direction. The contours of the free-standing figures were lasered. Figures at night

Privacy screens Pädagogische Hochschule (Linz, Austria)

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Artist: Rainer Füreder
Owner: Pädagogische Hochschule Linz
Implementation: Friedrich Schuler Bedachungen GmbH
Material: Aluminum 2mm, powdercoated

Privacy protection in the living area with over-wide elements.

The elements divide the open space into zones of calm atmosphere for working and resting.

Artist Rainer Füreder

Contact: Atelier: Marktplatz 41, A-4181 Oberneukirchen
Tel: 0699/12270118, email: fuereder.rainer@gmail.com

Education: Art School of the City of Linz, painting and free graphics, studies at the University of Art and Design Linz, Master class in textile design and freelance artist with studios in Linz, Vienna and Oberneukirchen.

Floral motifs:

Facade (Linz, Austria)

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Architect: Ulrike Witzmann
Artistic design: Rainer Füreder
Material: 1,5mm RHEINZINK-prePATINA blue-gray

FOTOBLECH-Facade as a screen in front of a glazing.

Abstract, artistically designed motif with subtle effect.
As material, a zinc-titanium alloy was chosen. It is already pre-patinated and requires no additional coating. The sheets were screwed onto galvanized steel frames.

Art in the waiting area (Dachau, Germany)

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Artist: Michael Krause
Material: 1,5mm powder-coated aluminum

A five-part work of art in the waiting area of the Sparkasse Dachau.

The background is painted black so that the contrast in the Fotoblech comes into its own.