A creative partnership between Folko Kooper & Maureen Craig.
Prior to their move to Tasmania, twenty years ago, Folko had already established his reputation as a sculptor with several shows in NSW. The business has grown further since he and Maureen moved to Tasmania and established their sculpture garden and studio at ‘Oakwood’
history focusing on garden sculpture and water features the
1830’s Georgian home set amongst 60 oak trees on 32 acres, half an hour north of Hobart.pair
specialiseWhile Tasmanian sandstone continues to be a strong element they have integrated other materials into the work including glass, bronze, stainless steel, mild steel,
in limited ranges and one-off pieces.halogen light and water.
As successful self-supporting artists, Folko & Maureen understand the need to keep their output fresh through development and innovation.
shows including successful exhibitions every year since 1997 at Melbourne’s International Flower and Garden Show which has also been an important source of interstate and international commissionswellreceivedOver the last seventeen
Placed where they are most at home, in a garden setting, the works agreeably compliment and form pleasant contrasts with grass and greenery foliage and flowers.years their work has been showcased in a series of