Sculpture Path Vättis
The twelve sculptures along the gravel road Aslätscha were made during a stone sculpture symposium in the summer of 2009 by twelve sculptors from the whole world. The round trip from the village takes a 30 minute stroll and leads through the beautifull mountainscape around Vättis. There is no entrance fee. The altitude differences are slight.
Coming from the village, you'll find the work of:
Bob Sloan (UK) sandstone, Nuolen (CH); Barbara Willax (Switzerland) marble, Peccia (CH); Roger McFarlane (Australia) marble, Peccia; Hella Horstmeier (Germany) marble, Peccia & iron; Thierry Lauwers (Belgium) limestone, Vättis (CH); Ivan Artimovich (Belarus) Andeer Granite; John Sims (Cyprus) marble, Peccia; Annegret Kalvelage (Germany) sandstone, Nuolen; Roger Loos (USA) marble, Peccia; Rumen Dimitrov (Bulgaria) Andeer & Ticino Granit; Christian Peintner (Austria) sandstone, Nuolen; Carla Molkenboer (Netherlands) sandstone, Nuolen & Muschelkalk, Mägenwil (CH)
The participants alphabetically
Main Sponsors of the symposium in 2009