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Auricher Hafen - Kunstobjekt Holzfiguren

Aurich - Hafen - Kunstobjekt Holzfiguren (HDR-Kugelpanorama)

Hier stehen Sie mitten in einem Kunstobjekt am "Großen Sett" im Auricher Hafen der am Ems-Jade Kanal liegt.

Einer der vormals 13 Holzfiguren wurde um den 5. Juli 2014 herum, gestohlen.

Man sieht hier das leere Fundament wo die Figur vorher stand.

Die Skulpturen sind aus Eiche und haben etwa eine Größe von 2 Metern.
Sie entstanden unter der Anleitung des Holzbildhauers Reinhard Jacob de Witt und wurden von 13 Absolventen eines KVHS-Kurses in einer Schaffenszeit von etwa 50 Stunden gefertigt.
(KVHS = Kreisvolkshochschule) 

Am Donnerstag den 3. April 2014 wurden die Skulpturen enthüllt.
Die Figuren wurden nicht versiegelt und werden so der Witterung ausgesetzt damit sie natürlich altern können.

Wir hoffen dass die gestohlene Figur ihren Platz wieder findet ! 

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Copyright: Günter Jibben
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9256x4628
Taken: 11/07/2014
Uploaded: 18/07/2014


Tags: deutschland; germany; niedersachsen; lower saxony; ostfriesland; aurich; hafen; harbor; port; kunstobjekt; art; wooden figures; hdr; high dynamic range
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