Artist's description:

This is an emblematic sculpture on the shores of the town of Vevey, in the Geneva lake. It is situated just in front of the Alimentarium museum and has become a cherished tourist attraction. In the background is the Rhone valley with the Alps.

The fork is a statue of great stature! Made of stainless steel, it is 8m high and 1.3m wide. It was designed by Jean-Pierre Zaugg, a sculptor from Neuchâtel, Switzerland and embedded in the lake in February 1995 to commemorate the Alimentarium’s tenth anniversary. It was initially intended to grace the lakeshore in front of the Museum for one year.

Materials used:

Watercolour on 300g Fabriano paper

The fork in Lac Léman (2017)


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This artwork is sold by Krystyna Szczepanowski from Switzerland

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