Georg Demetz is passionate about an art that his family has pursued for four generations: after studying sculpture at the Art Institute of Ortisei, he practised with different masters to achieve the title of master sculptor in 1987 and work in his own workshop in Ortisei. He is specialised in small sculptures, in particular religious ones, nativity scenes and scenes of daily life in the mountain, but he also creates works on commission. All these unique pieces are made entirely by hand.
From Monday to Friday from 8 am to 12 noon and from 2 pm to 7 pm. Saturday open in the morning
Via Doss, 11, Ortisei, BZ, Italia - +39 0471 797743 - http://www.demetz-georg.it
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