Laurenz Stockner
1971Born in Brixen, Italy
1986–1996Trained and worked as a qualified metalworker in Brixen
1996–1998Le Arti Orafe Goldsmithing School & Academy, Florence
1999Goldsmithing internship alongside Manfred Bischoff, Tuscany
2001–2003Artist blacksmith for Robert Condin, Tramin, Italy
Since 2003Own workshop in St. Andrä

Laurenz Stockner

The prominent features of the vessels created by Laurenz Stockner are their perfectly harmonious shapes and natural beauty. Before working the metal – mainly cement copper from the Prettau mine – into the desired shape, Stockner first smelts it in a melting furnace that he built himself. It takes weeks until his copper sheet is ready to be worked. Then he forges and hammers the metal into precisely shaped bowls while at the same time testing the limits of the material. A slight touch will set the finished, extremely thin-walled bowls into vibration. The delicacy of these objects is often contrasted by a fissured or intensely colored surface and irregular edges. Since the year 2000 Stockner has regularly presented his work at exhibitions and also won important prizes, for example at the International South Tyrolean Crafts Competition in 2005, the Bavarian State Prize in 2007 and the Grassi Award in 2009. ART AUREA AWARD winner 2015

More about Laurenz Stockner on

Art Aurea Awards – Winners 2016
Art Aurea Forum at Eunique Fair

Represented by

  • Germany
      • Galerie für Angewandte Kunst

        AddressBayerischer Kunstgewerbeverein
        Pacellistraße 6-8
        80333 Munich
        Phone+49 (0)89 29 01 47 0
        TimesMon–Sat 10 am–6 pm

        ART AUREA available
      • Eva Maisch Schmuck

        AddressSterngasse 5
        97070 Würzburg
        Phone+49 (0)931 16703
        TimesMonday–Friday 10am–6pm
        Saturday 10am–3pm

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