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Tom Flick

Tom Flick Stone sculptor
Luxembourgish, English, French, German, Italian
Monday to Friday 09:00 - 18:00
+352 621219444
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The archaeologist of stone

  • • For Tom, it all started with a stone, a hammer and a chisel
  • • Through his work he generates a personal 3-D language
  • • He loves the mix of intellectual and physical exertion

One of Tom Flick’s favourite aphorism is by Georg Baselitz, the famous German painter, sculptor and graphic artist: “Sculpture is like archaeology: you dig in and you find something.” Tom learned many different techniques such as drawing, modelling, welding, casting, stone and wood sculpture whilst studying at the Fine Arts School of the Lycée Technique des Arts et Métiers in Luxembourg and at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. In 2001, he was one of the founding members of the Sixthfloor collective, which comprises several artists in a former sawmill in Koerich, Luxembourg. He also has a workshop for monumental sculpture called Stonezone in Sweden. His favourite materials are sandstone, marble, granite and alabaster, from which he updates his creations, which he exhibits in Luxembourg and abroad.

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  • © Tom Flick
  • © Tom Flick
  • © Tom Flick
  • © Michel Medinger
  • © Tom Flick
Photo: © Tom Flick
Deep White

This sculpture is placed at the entrance of a school for further education. It symbolises the transformation of empirical into structured knowledge.

Length 250 cm
Width 150 cm
Height 150 cm

Photo: © Tom Flick

This sculpture is about exploring space and time in a swinging movement without gravity.

Length 47 cm
Width 33 cm
Height 48 cm

Photo: © Tom Flick
Nightmare Filter

This sculpture represents an imaginary “Nightmare Filter” in alabaster.

Length 42 cm
Width 24 cm
Height 27 cm

Photo: © Michel Medinger

The Greek Gods are the residents of Mount Olympus. The steps symbolise the hierarchy of their importance. Thus, Mount Olympus seems like a floating mountain in the absence of gravity.

Length 20 cm
Width 20 cm
Height 39 cm

Photo: © Tom Flick
Uptown construction

Inspired by deconstructivism in architecture, this sculpture looks like a model for houses or buildings.

Length 31 cm
Width 24 cm
Height 21 cm

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