Holger Lönze is a sculptor working in bronze. His sculpture is a poetic response to Europe's Atlantic seaboard: its rich maritime culture, early literature, archaeology and coastline. The inspiration for his sculpture, lithographs and drawings often comes directly from his sea journeys in self-made canvas boats: the iconic curachs of Ireland. His rich experience in the arts and crafts have led him to produce work that is rooted in traditional techniques and materials while being contemporary in concept and context. The importance he places on sustainable living and working is reflected in his use of low-carbon, experimental Bronze Age casting methods and the use of regenerative and recycled materials as shown recently on Derek Mooney's RTE series on the Irish landscape (click here).