Fuchs Anton

“Life in its simplest form, the connection and relation of all that exists” – Anton Fuchs’ own description of his work: bronzes, wax figures, collages, paintings on canvas. He often chooses to combine very dissimilar materials, such as lead and glass; wax and metal; and gold, oil, and cement.

His design process consciously uses both creativity and coincidence. Action and reaction play in his thoughts, and are implemented in abstract form. Respectful handling of living things and resources is the leading motif of his work. Anton Fuchs gladly combines colors that would never fit together under traditional thought. As he works, they are superimposed and woven together.