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Earth-light, Záhorská Bystrica, Slovakia (2006)
Stainless monument 4.5 m tall. Circular upper part is made of polished metal and glass, with portraits of St. Peter and St. Paul, the town's patrons. In the night time, the object is the source of light beams of different colours. Sculpture is located in the centre of the town's square, decorative paving is making sculpture's position more dominant.
VUB (Bank), Bratislava, Slovakia (1996)
In front of the VUB headquarters in Bratislava this object has been installed in 1996. It's purpose is to protect the ventilation entrance of the bank's air conditioning system. It was designed as a piece of art which has to satisfy various technical and security requirements. Materials used: stone, stainless steel, eloxed aluminum.
St Florian, Cemetery, Samorin, Slovakia (1994)
On demand of the local firefighters in Samorin the memorial with sculpture of St Florian has been created. This monument has been installed in 1994 next to the main entrance to the cemetery in Samorin. St Florian is made of bronze, body of the memorial of artificial stone.
Culture Centre, Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic (1993)
This is the winning concept of a competition in 1993 for a culture centre in Hradec Kralove. Stainless steel on stone.
Sun Clock, Culture Centre, Samorin, Slovakia (1987)
In front of the local Culture Center in Samorin this Sun Clock (uses shadows to tell time) has been installed in 1987. It was made of a synthetic product.
Drinking Fountains, Medical Garden, Bratislava, Slovakia (1986)
In the city park of the Aspremonte Palace you can find this composition of three drinking fountains. Various heights are respected and the smallest of the group is accessible to the children as well, who are often coming for a refreshment from the nearby playground. Made of marble and stainless steel in 1986.
The Birth of Ikarus (1981)
Sitting Figure (1981)
Resting Figure (1981)
Prehistoric Venus (1981)
Dr. Clementis Memorial in Tisovec, Slovakia (1972)
This is the winning concept of an anonymous competition in 1970, for Dr. Vladimir Clementis memorial in Tisovec. This was author's first large-scale project after graduating from Art University and as a victory in national competition a good start of a successful career. The monument was made of stainless steel and granite in cooperation with J. Horvat. Installed in 1972.