Both art and architecture give Lantermans elements that he uses in his design language. By studying and combining these disciplines, new designs arise in his mind. After a quick sketch, these are hewn directly from natural stone. Lantermans' work has since developed into a style that is immediately recognizable and characterized by flowing forms, double-curved surfaces (so-called hyperbolic paraboloids), literal lighting of the material, elegance, femininity and monumentality.
Due to a physical limitation I switched completely to modeling my sculptures in wax.
The finish and patination are the moments when I strive for the same form of perfection as before in the wood sculptures,
where the patina gives me the opportunity to add an extra dimension to the bronze sculptures with color.
bronze outdoor sculpture At the same time, I experience the freedom that the wax gives me to be able to shape much more exuberantly.
Bronze is a new period with a challenge in the search for innovation, just like I found it in the wood.