HANS-LEO PETERS

INTERNATIONAL GOLDSMITH / METAL ARTIST

 



1941 born in Buederich / Düsseldorf, school time, apprenticeship in Duesseldorf
1962-1966 Study of Goldsmith Art at WKS (FHS Design) Düsseldorf, Diploma
Till 1975 home and studio, life and work in Dueseldorf, Germany
then Atelierhaus Peters Ratingen, Germany
Since 2002 Resident of New Zealand Studio AOMOTU Coromandel-Peninsula

 

Self-employed as Goldsmith / Metal Artist since 1966
Most awarded Goldsmith Artist with 33 Awards including
Diamonds International Award 1965,(student), 1967,1968, 1990, 1994
Coloured Diamonds Award, World Winner 1992
German State Award for Art Craft, NRW 1977, International State Award 1978

International Judge of the DIA, New York 1976 and 1977 with this Laudation:
“Hans-Leo Peters is one of the leading contemporary goldsmiths.
With his work, this has gained worldwide recognition,
 and his creative approach, he gives new impetus
 to the whole world of jewellery time and again.”

Exhibition of the year SCHMUCKBILANZ 1966-1997
Since 1998 GOLDEN ART®

Invention of several Goldsmith techniques, kinetic and variation techniques,
Discoverer of the Op Art, Braille Art and many orientations in the Goldsmith Art
Inventor of the Braille Art Sky Sculpture in Third Dimension
World-wide exhibitions, Publications, International Judge

 

THE METAL ARTIST
Hans-Leo Peters had made his apprenticeship as a silversmith.
1963 his apprentice exam work, a chalice, was awarded as the
best exam work in Germany.
In his artist career as an International Goldsmith he created
Metal and Stone Sculptures too and
2007 he invented the Braille Art Sky Sculptures.
Since Hans-Leo Peters is on a new artistic journey.

 

 

A HOPE  |   AIM / WAY  |   AOTEAROA  |   ARTE / ARTIST  |   AUCKLAND  |   CHAMPION  |   CROSS  |   DREAM / A LIFE  |   FLY/FREE /SOUL 3

GO  |   I YOU  |   KARMA  |   KISS / KIA ORA  |   KIWI  |   LOVE  |   LUMO  |   NY  |   PAX  |   STAR  |   SUNSHINE  |   UFO  |   WE / WIR  |   WIN

 

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