Wiebke Bader is a freelance artist and sculptor. She lives and works in Aalen, Baden-Württemberg. Her preferred materials are bronze and wood.

In her search for the poetic and essential, Wiebke Bader finds inspiration in nature. The organic shapes and flowing lines of her mostly abstract sculptures complement each other to create an exciting harmony. The artist likes to work with opposites: round versus pointed, small versus large, open versus closed. The objects tempt you to trace their curves and the play of light on their surfaces.

The artist's joy of life is reflected in her work: shiny surfaces, opulent shapes, steadfast and floating at the same time, playful and yet calm. Wiebke Bader knows how to express deep feelings with abstract sculptures. Her works are also characterized by great variability: they offer new views from all sides and can often be set up in different positions.

Upcoming exhibitions and art fairs:
May 2nd – June 14th, 2024 Aalen District Office, Shining in the light, solo exhibition
June 1st – 23rd, 2024 BBK Lower Franconia, The people of Ulm are coming, Exhibition participation
September 7, 2024 Blaubeuren Altental, Art in the quarry, Exhibition participation


Abstrakte Skulptur mit runden Formen und zwei Spitzen aus Bronze, braun patiniert.
Two Points, Bronze, about 38/28/31 cm
Abstakte Bronzeskulptur mit runden Formen und glatten Oberflächen, dunkelbraun patiniert.
Phoenix from the ashes, Bronze, about 40/23/23 cm
abstrakte Bronzeskulptur "Anfang", dunkel patiniert
Beginning, Bronze, about 39/44/25 cm
abstract organic sculpture with a shiny green surface.
The Gardener's Longing, mixed media, approx. 44/35/30 cm. Supported by a scholarship from the Baden-Württemberg Ministry of Science, Research and Art.
Die beiden "Freunde" werden ab 14. Januar 2023 auf der Ausstellung Glänzend ans Licht in der Mainzer Kunstgalerie zu sehen sein.
Friends, mixed media, approx. 25 cm high
Abstract bronze sculpture with round forms and a golden shining surface.
Whirl, Bronze, about 40/38/25 cm
High polished abstract brass sculpture with smooth organic forms
Dreaming, Brass, about 90/61/68 cm.
Abstract polished brass sculpture with round, organic forms, placed in a lage open foyer.
Moving, Brass, about 65/78/58 cm
Abstrakte, runde Skulptur aus matt geschliffener, goldleuchtender Siliziumbronze.
Circling, Bronze, about 47/42/38 cm
Liegende Bronzefigur, grün patiniert, abstakt
In Harmony, Bronze, about 30/16/13 cm
Two black abstract sculptures with organic forms, interacting with each other
The great emptiness and the small joy, mixed media and copper, about 38/41/29 cm
Couple III, mixed media and bronze, 18/35/15 and 23/23/13 cm
Abstrakte Skulptur mit runden Formen und einem ovalen Durchbruch, grün patiniert.
Panta rhei, mixed media and copper, 37/63/27 cm
Life I, aluminum, approx. 104/49/41 cm
Black abstract two piece sculpture.
Couple VII, mixed media, 30/24/42 cm
Abstract two piece sculpture of a loving couple
Couple VI, mixed media, 23/14/55 cm
Three round shapes, Spruce, about 56/95/37 cm
At the end of a long life, cherry tree wood, about 23/42/23 cm
ausgestellt bei Sculptors Alliance, New York: http://www.sculptorsalliance.org/on-being
Abstrakte Bronzeskulptur mit runden Formen und glatten Oberflächen. Goldbraun patiniert. Die Figur steht auf drei Spitzen.
A happy day , Bronze, about 44/36/36 cm
abstrahierte Bronzeskulptur einer schlafenden Frau
Sleeping woman, bronze, approx. 80/36/60 cm

Creation of the sculptures

Individual sculptures and groups of sculptures can be created in almost any size and suitable for any international location. The models are made of plaster, wax or clay. After that, sculptures made of bronze or resin are realized in small editions, as well as unique pieces made of wood or ceramics.

On the page News the contribution Bronze sculpture Two Points exemplifies how a sculpture is created.

You can find further impressions on Instagram and Facebook.


  • Raised in Bielefeld, Germany.
  • Apprenticeship as a carpenter. 1st prize for the journeyman's piece in the competition The good form.
  • Studied architecture at the Technical University of Braunschweig. Award for excellent academic achievements and admission to the German National Academic Foundation.
  • Architectural engineer.
  • Since 2014 freelance sculptor. Member of the Federal Association of Visual Artists.
  • 2021 Grant from the Stiftung Kulturwerk as part of NEUSTART KULTUR
  • Lives and works in Swabia, Germany.

Exhibitions (selection)

Upcoming exhibitions and art fairs:
2024 Aalen District Office, 02. Mai – 14. Juni, Einzelausstellung
2024 BBK Unterfranken, „The people of Ulm are coming", June 1st - 23rd, exhibition participation
2024 Art in the quarry, Blaubeuren Altental, September 7th, exhibition participation

For an invitation to this and other exhibitions, simply send a short message to info@wiebke-bader.de .

2023 Schorndorf Art Night, Schorndorf
2023 Kulturkreis Grafenau, Castle Dätzingen: Wiebke Bader and Ursula Donn
2023 Galerie an der Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich (solo exhibition)
2023 Mainz art gallery (solo exhibition)
2023 ArteQuadra, Belgium
2022 Artothek, City of Aalen, exhibition participation (purchase by the city of Aalen)
2022 members only 04, BBK Ulm
2022 Schorndorf Art Night, Schorndorf
2021 die NEUEN im BBK Westfalen, Dortmund
2021 Gmünd makes art, Schwäbisch Gmünd
2021 window to art Aalen
2020 On being, Sculptors Alliance, New York

Bronze Skulpturen in der Mainzer Kunst Galerie 2023
Mainz Art Gallery 2023

Art fairs (selection)

2024 ARTMUC, Munich
2024 Art Fair Gmünd, Schwäbisch Gmünd
2023 Affordable Art Fair Hamburg
2023 ARTMUC, Munich
2023 KUNST RAI ART Amsterdam, Niederlande
2022 ARTMUC, Munich
2022 Art Fair Gmünd, Schwäbisch Gmünd
2022 Affordable Art Fair Brussels, Belgium
2021 ARTe Wiesbaden
2021 ARTe Kunstsalon Konstanz


Wiebke Bader creates sculptures that are also models for larger works. Larger than life, they could stand in public spaces or set a highlight in spacious gardens.

Examples are the works Bow II and Dance sketched in front of buildings in Aalen.

Wiebke Bader - Circling
This is how Bow II could stand as a large sculpture in front of the Audimax in Aalen.
Wiekbe Bader - Dancing
Sketch of the sculpture dancing as a large sculpture in front of the cultural station in Aalen.


Wiebke Bader
Droste-Hülshoff-Weg 32
73431 Aalen, Germany
Tel.: +49 1525 7688827
Mail: info@wiebke-bader.de

Would you like to find out which sculpture suits you and your premises? Simply arrange a non-binding appointment.
The artist will be happy to advise you: in the studio, on the phone, via zoom meeting or at your place.