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Verhirscht und zugenäht

  • Frau Bolza (Alexandra Bolzer, Wien) stiftet folgende Arbeit zu Gunsten der Aktion “Hirsch hilft” zur Versteigerung auf Ebay:
  • “Verhirscht und zugenäht”
  • Mixed Media auf Malplatte, zirka 50 x 60 cm
  • Bitte beachten Sie auch die weiteren Auktionen auf ebay:

Auktionen zugunsten des Salzburger Künstlers und Antiquars Andreas Kuntner, der aufgrund einer Herz-Erkrankung mehrere Monate beruflich pausieren mußte.

Die Umwandlung eines sinnfreien Hirsch-Rudels in eine konkrete Hirsch-Hilfe:

Victor Koch: »Unterstützt unseren Freund Andreas Kuntner, indem ihr einen Hirsch einkauft. Der Erlös kommt Andreas 100% zu, da wir auf jegliches Verwaltungspersonal verzichtet haben. Die konkrete Hirsch-Hilfe bedeutet nicht das langsame Aussterben der Waldtiere. Künstler können nach wie vor ihre Hirsche spendieren. Alles ist im Fluss und Andreas sagt Bescheid, wenn er Oberwasser hat.«

In diesem Sinne:  Happy bidding!


Black and White Photography rulez

find some new contemporary  limited black and white photoeditions at my   etsy shop.

black and white photography by Alexandra Bolzer

“The news from yesterday” limited Edition Photography by Alexandra Bolzer

title: “The news from yesterday”

artist: Alexandra Bolzer | *1971 | Wien
technic: inkjet print on Ilford semiglossy photopaper
size: ca 21x29cm / 8,3x 11,7″
edition: 20
signed, numbered, dated

Made for Order

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The frau bOLZa story

Welcome to frau bOLZa design!

We are proud to present you this new design label, which is dedicated to prevent you with high quality design and art products like 
fashion for dogs , pattern design, accessoires  and visual art.

My name is Alexandra Bolzer, I am visual artist and designer . As artist I work successfully for several years, but since 2011 I additionally work as pattern designer for a great agency in Vienna. There I learned again to use fabric and styles which inspired me for own projects.

Alexandra Bolzer aka frau bOLZa

First I was producing clothes for me, which was very wasteful and frustrating, so I started to make hats  for me, and for christmas presents to all my relatives . ( most of them were not really very happy about it ).
So last summer wie adopted a second dog called Sophi, and we needed additional clothes for her. As I was starting to crochet again, I try to make my first coat.. and after that, I saw, that it wont be that easy like I was thinking. I took this challenge and started to develop the first traditional wool coat.

I really liked that so much, that I thought the old coat from Fanny ( my first dog) is too ugly to go out with both girls .
So the story went on… several coats and sweaters later a new business was born.

woolen tweed Dog coat

Traditional wool dog coat Franz Josef

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