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Reinhard Fescharek conveys his art through a variety of styles and multiple materials. Depending on the theme, he utilises wood, bronze, stone or found objects to create figurative or abstract sculptures. What matters most: bringing out the richness of the material in order to celebrate its beauty!


Pure expression of an idea…

Found objects

Works of art comprised solely of discarded objects, declared as « worthless »; a new setting gives them new life…

Stylized Figurative Art

Stylised figurative art.


At the crossroad of different materials … A new series to be discovered in the near future.

Come discover


Reinhard Fescharek, physician, longstanding passion for sculpture, conveys his art through the use of various materials such as wood, bronze, stone but also through found objects embedded in some of his creations.

His sculptures can be admired in permanent exhibits in art galleries.

His dual talent as physician and artist has brought Reinhard Fescharek to be solicited to design therapeutic gardens and green spaces. His goal: create gardens that are unique, tailored to the needs of their users and blend seamlessly into their environment.

For the layout of his gardens, Reinhard Fescharek offers individualized solutions which combine nature and works of art. He also develops a wide-ranging line of specially-adapted furniture, with multiple innovative forms.


  • • 1984: City of Pau, individual exhibition;
  • 1988: « VIIIth Exhibition of Sarrebourg »;
  • 1988 « XVth International Exhibit of Painting and Sculpture, Vittel »;
  • 2006 « International Art Exhibition Thionville »; Avec la Galerie Michael Schmalfuss, Marburg;
  • 2006/2007 Art Bodensee (Germany);
  • 2006/2007/2008/2009 Art Madrid (Spain);
  • 2007/2008/2009 « Berlin List »;
  • • 2009, September 21- 25: Sculpture exhibition in the City Hall of Nancy as part of World Alzheimer’s Day, with presentation of the garden « art, memory and life »;
  • 2013; May 4 to June 22: Group exhibition: « Images of Motherhood » » at the Schmalfuss gallery, Marburg;
  • 2007/2015 Permanent exhibitions at the Bourreau Ravier gallery, Noirmoutier, at the Schmalfuss gallery, Marburg, and Berlin;


  • 1988: « VIIIth Exhibition of Sarrebourg », Bronze medal;
  • 1988 « XVth International Exhibit of Painting and Sculpture, Vittel », Bronze medal;
  • 2006 « International Art Exhibition Thionville », Bronze medal;
  • 2009 : Rodin Prize from CEPAL (European Centre for the Promotion of Arts and Letters) for the catalogue of his works published in 2008;

Institutional orders and projects

  • 2007/2015: Artistic conception and collaboration with the research projects of the healing garden “memory, art and life” of the Paul Spillmann Centre, University Hospital of Nancy, France.
  • 2009: Creation of the Henri Poincaré Prize sculpture of the International Association of Mathematical Physics, awarded to the winners for the first time in 2009 in Prague (Czech Republic), in Aalborg (Denmark) in 2012, and in Santiago (Chile) in 2015.
  • 2015: Creation of the « CSL Behring Milestones » area in honour of a century of outstanding scientific discoveries in Marburg by researchers at Behring laboratories.

Exhibition Galleries

  • MICHAEL W. SCHMALFUSS GALLERY I Steinweg 33, 35037 Marburg I

       Phone: +49 (0) 6421 590 950 art@galerie-schmalfuss

  • SCHMALFUSS BERLIN. contemporary fine arts . Knesebeckstrasse 96.

       3rd floor. (elevator) 10623 Berlin +49 (0) 30 437 271 72 +49 (0) 170 94 666 39

  • Galerie Bourreau Ravier

Art gallery

       12 grande rue, 85330 Noirmoutier en l’île, France

        ( tél : + 33 (0)2 51 39 17 14 )

  • Galerie du château

       7 rue de la cure, 85330 Noirmoutier en l’île

       ( tél : +33 (0)2 51 39 18 27 )


Medicine at the heart of human sciences related to life and the inspired view of an artist unite to create gardens as true living spaces.

A garden becomes therapeutic when it becomes part of a care process.

− Creating the garden “art, memory and life” at the Paul Spillmann Centre of the Regional University Hospital Centre of Nancy took us a little further: the idea of a synergy between science, medicine, care and art integrated into a holistic concept amalgamating garden, sculptures and furniture adapted to the architectural setting.

Contact me if you wish to create such a garden!

Current projects:

– Maison Hospitalière St. Charles Therapeutic Garden, Nancy (F)

– « CSL Behring: Milestones », Marburg (D)


A range of high-quality furniture has been developed for the gardens. The goal?

Understanding their function, avoiding maintenance worries, and transforming a useful object into a singular object by means of an artistic approach.

The design combines ergonomics, practical functionality, easy handling, and high quality materials for minimal maintenance and seamless longevity.

Three standard colors are available (green, grey, burgundy red)


– Unique Wood/Stone pieces (destined for protected areas);

– Metal artwork / Carved stone.


– Ergonomic shape;

– Easy to move thanks to its casters with safety locks.


– Armchairs;

– Chairs.


– On casters with safety lock;

– Two models for working in standing or sitting position.


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