SCULPTOR, Professor 

of the Art Academy of Latvia.

 

Born in Riga, Latvia, 1965,

graduated from the Latvian Academy 

of Art, Dept.of Sculpture 1991.

 

Lives and works in Jūrmala, Latvia.

 

Against the stream 

 

Colonel Oskars Kalpaks Memorial. 

Architect Andris Veidemanis. 

Granite, stainless steel. 

Rīga, Latvia, 2006.

Dorothy

 

Architect Ēriks Cērpiņš. 

CORTEN steel, cast iron, 

acrylic, LED lights. 

Eleja Mannor Park, 

Eleja, Latvia. 2019.

Umbrella

 

Architect Andris Veidemanis.

Bronze, granite. 

Ventspils, Latvia, 2019 

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Black Threshold

 

Tribute to the Victims of Comunist Terror. 

Architect Andris Veidemanis.  

Steel, granīte. 

Former KGB building, 

Rīga, Latvia. 2003.

Drops

 

Architect Andris Veidemanis. 

Aluminium, granīte. 

Ventspils, Ventspils University 

College courtyard, 

Ventspils, Latvia. 2000. 

Bridge to Eternity

 

Tribute to the Latvian Liberation War. 

Architect Andris Veidemanis.  

Steel, stainless steel.

Jūrmala, Latvia, 2006. 

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Holocaust Memorial Sign

 

Granite.

Izyaslav, Ukraine.   

2019.

Soul Major, Soul Minor

 

Aluminium. 

Jaunpils, Latvia,

2001.   

Ancient Weight and Volume Measures

 

Public space design object.

Architect Ēriks Cērpiņš.   

Steel, stainless steel, granite, bronze, aluminium, cast iron. 

Market Square, Ventspils, Latvia, 2008.

The Pin

 

Skulpturenpark Katzow,

Germany, 2012.

Teleport

 

Tribute to Jacob Kettler, Duke of Kurland.

Architect Andris Veidemanis.  

Aluminium, steel, cast iron, concrete. 

2013.

Bull (Labor Omnia Vincit)

 

Bronze, steel.

Riga, Latvia, 2013.

Deer

 

Bronze, granite. 

Ventspils 2011.

Architect Vilhelm Bockslaff (1858-1945)

 

Bronze. 

Mālpils Mannor, 

Mālpils, Latvia. 2008.

Krišjānis Barons,  Latvian folklorist. Relief plaque

 

Stainless steel. 

Ventspils, Latvia, 2007.

Clock

 

Stainless steel.  

Jūrmala, Latvia, 2007.

Latvian National poet

Ojārs Vācietis Memorial

 

Architects Ingūna Rībena

un Uģis Zābers. 

Granite. Siguļu Cemetery, Carnikava, Latvia, 2015.

Waterline

 

Tribute to Krišjānis Valdemārs.

Architect Andris Veidemanis.

Granite. Riga, Latvia, 1997.