1. The Flower, stone, 11 x 44 x 44 cm
2. Passages, stone, 59 x 18 x 9 cm
3. Jaldaboath, stone, 67 x 28 x 16 cm
4. Untitled, stone, 25 x 17 x 11 cm
5. Untitled, stone, 33 x 25 x 15 cm
6. Doors, colour woodcut, paper, 25 x 17 cm
7. Still Life, colour woodcut, paper, 25 x 35 cm
8. Morning, colour woodcut, paper, 25 x 35 cm
9 The Crown, stone, 20 x 24,5 x 6,5 cm
Photos: Fotoatelje Pavshich Zavadlav
Painter, sculptor, illustrator and art teacher. Peter Abram (born in 1956, Kobjeglava) studied at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Venice and continued his post-graduate education at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Ljubljana. He holds over 50 individual and 40 collective exhibitions on record, alongside a series of book illustrations, including the famous and continuously re-printed Jean Giono's The Man Who Planted Trees, which Peter Abram embellished with colour woodcuts. In depicting nature, he remains committed to his native Karst in symbols, portraits and heirloom. His main challenge along all the years of creation continues to be to express everything that is timeless and beyond all boundaries. Peter Abram continues to deepen his sense of creative arts by exploring the primordial forces that are creating the forms of the manifest and dictating the principles of geometry, ancient architecture and man's approach to nature, as well as the intertwined faith of man and creation.
Peter Abram lives and works in the village of Pedrovo above Branik.