federicografia's Sculpture's Gallery

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Sculptures in stone, they last for ages until Mother Earth shakes or cries acid tears,
or when some fanatics everywhere tear them apart:


2003 / Wachauer marble

k-icoatl ki-coatl

Ki-coatl, The snake from the Earth and the positive thinking.
Following its etymology the name can be better understood: Earth; Mountain; Sphere of Form and Substance; name for one of the first born of Nammu [the Sea]; the Cow of Earth; the sister of An [the Bull of Heaven] in Sumerian mythology. For the Chinese Ki are the powers. Trivia: the six Ki or powers reportedly included:
stillness and motion, light and darkness, and rain and wind.
For the Japanese it means energy; vigor; lifeforce; wellness and mind.


2001 / Blue stone

ollin-ehecatl ollin-ehecatl

Ollin-Ehecatl depicts the wind in eternal movement, it is in fact Federico's threedimensional interpretation of the Aztec's Blue worm, the Xonecuilli, which is believed to represent the thunder falling to the ground in order to bring life with the rain. In other words it is also believed to be the representation of the Mother of Fertility.

Madre Tierra

2003 / Blue stone stone & black granite

madre tierra madre tierra

madre tierra

Madre Tierra depicts the most pervading archetype of all times: the great cosmic mother. Arriving from the 4 corners of the universe, 7 interlaced snakes make a journey through the upper world (Earth) and the underworld (the spirits' realm). Thus the 7 snakes gather in a ritual of creation, destruction and transformation.

In the center the Great Mother (Earth), surrounding her (in pairs) are 6 cosmic elements: Rain, Thunder, Fire, Wind, Ice and Ether... what really fascinates me is the universal presence of the snake in all the cultures of all times
(e.g. Aztecs, Mayas, Hindus, Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, Celts, Vikings, Chinese, Balinese, African, Amazonian, Australian aboriginal peoples, modern Italians and so forth) and the use of snakes as the symbol of Medicine (Aesculapius and his cadeuceus). Snakes connote Chaos and Order, Birth, Death and Rebirth… but also depict the origins of the Universe, just take a look to those “snakes” present in the composition of the DNA!

Long Live Mother Earth in Love and Joy!


2003 / Wachauer marble


A simple and naive representation of an Austrian salamander.

Aine of Knokaine

2002 / Austrian Limestone

first sculpture Aine of Knokaine

Aine of Knokaine is the godess of Fertility among the Celtic peoples. This is her hommage.

Budha in Olmeca... the inner voice is Dharma

2006 / Blue Stone

Budha in Olmeca Budha in Olmeca

Budha in Olmeca Budha in Olmeca

A double head, the nature of state of mind. The inner thinking behind the mind. A humble attempt to describe the spontaneous nature of mind
Do we have two minds? A humble hommage to the path of the Buddah and the Olmecs of the ancient Mexico.

Chicchan-Macuilli Totem

2005 / Blue stone and incrusted Cherry wood

I have donated this totem to the Belgian peoples
through the Mexican Embassy in Belgium.

Bibliotheque Espace Careme / Commune d'Anderlecht, Brussels. 25.05.2007

Chicchan-Macuilli Totem

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Five in Maya, Five in Nahuatl, Chicchan-Macuilli (Five-Five) is the name of the totem made out of Belgian blue stone and incrusted wood. The number five is a ubiquitous element: five senses, five continents, the human body itself is made out of five extremities. Other universal symbols refer to the number five too like the pentagram e.g.


Chicchan-Macuilli is a humble and deep tribute to the wisdom left to the rest of the world as a legacy by the ancient peoples of the region called Mesoamerica (today known as Mexico).

A vertical axis from the bottom to the top departs towards the infinite, right in the centre the vertical axis gathers as a whole, the four cardinal points of the Universe, the quintessence (the totem itself, on one of its sides it is possible to to see the trace of the central axis), the cosmic beam, just the same symbol which embodies the Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo’s golden baton, given a s a gift to the Inca peoples, as it is suggested in the Cuzco’s foundation myth. Mexico Tenochtitlan was based on the vertical axis too, and this is depicted by the cactus (nopal) emerging from the little island, in the centre of the Texcoco’s lake).

The axis represents an encounter of opposite forces, vertical-horizontal, sacred-profane, divine-humane,

real-surrealistic, heaven-earth, life-death, feminine-masculine... and so on.

Both Mayan and Aztec peoples conceived our mother Earth’s history as a sequence made out of five stages or epochs, ligtened by five different suns (depicted by the five pieces of wood incrusted on the blue stone).
The Maya believed in the existence of five cycles of 5125 years each: Dawn, Midday, Afternoon, Dusk and Night. And according to their theory this century the whole humankind will enter into the galactic dawn, which will be tuned in by the sinchronizing beam, right from the centre of our galaxy, and this is then -- as the old Maya said , the moment when all human beings will reach the end of Fear (refer to the Chilam Balam and the Popol Vuh), the cosmic enlightment of the planet Mother Earth and her inhabitants, the symphony activited from the centre of the Galaxy...

The year just around the corner... keep it in mind, Do Not Be Afraid!
just open your heart and start loving like never before, forgive everyone and everything, trash the past, trash your fear, let your mind and spirit flow through the cosmic rivers of Love, Light and endless Joy.

Soon we will all live the shift and allignement (22.12.2012), it's part of the master Cosmic Plan.

So it is, So it will be (no matter what the politicians, scientists or the media tell us, open your hearts:

we are all going home!).

"Selamat Majon! Selamat Kasitaram!"


In Lak'Ech a Lak'En

and Long for their Arrival!!!!

Get ready for that! and loose your fears.
Wake Up to the Cosmic Consciousness.
Open Your Heart.
We Are One.

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To China with love

2005 / Blue stone

To China with Love Omm  Mani Padme Hum

Om Mani Padme Hum Om Mani Padme Hum To China with love

To China with love: Om Mani Padme Hum.

The most powerful mantra, the mantra of compassion, written in Ladakhi language, which is the predominant language in the Ladakh region of the Jammu and Kashmir state of India. Ladakhi is closely related to Tibetan, and Ladakh shares many cultural similarities with Tibet, including Tibetan Buddhism. Ladakhi has approximately 100,000 speakers in India, and perhaps 12,000 speakers in Tibet. Since the 50's invaded and stolen by the Peoples of China. Ladahki has three main dialects, Ladakhi proper (also called Leh, after the capital of Ladakh),
Shamma, and Nu.

"Buddha of great compassion, hold me fast in your compassion”.
It is said that all the teachings of the Buddha are contained in this mantra: Om Mani Padme Hum can not really be translated into a simple phrase or sentence, the mantra "Om Mani Pädme Hum" is easy to say yet quite powerful, because it contains the essence of the entire teaching. When you say the first syllable "Om" it is blessed to help you achieve perfection in the practice of generosity, "Ma" helps perfect the practice of pure ethics, and "Ni" helps achieve perfection in the practice of tolerance and patience. "Päd", the fourth syllable, helps to achieve perfection of perseverance, "Me" helps achieve perfection in the practice of concentration, and the final sixth syllable Hum helps achieve perfection in the practice of wisdom.


China open your heart, Release Tibet!
Dear Chinese brothers and sisters you know you stole Tibet from its people, try to remember the Attraction Law.

Free Tibet!

Om Mani Padme Hum
"Selamat Majon! Selamat Kasitaram!"


Aggsbach Fisch

2003 / Wachauer marble

A Fisch is born Aggsbach Fisch

Aggsbach Fisch Aggsbach Fisch

Ave Totem

2005 / Bluestone and Kiesel stone from the Austrian Danube

Ave Totem

Ave Totem I salute you. The encounter of two stones, one the Belgian bluestone sculpted by Mother Earth and Federico's hand, the other a green Kiesel stone sculpted by the endless forces of the Austrian Blue Danube.


2006 / Austrian Limestone

Trikelion Trikele

The Celtic triple spiral or triskele symbol is sometimes called the spiral of life and was found in the Newgrange site from the Bronze Age in Ireland. The triple spiral is an ancient symbol of Celtic beliefs, and was used consistently in Celtic art for 3 millennia. The Celts believed that all life moved in eternal cycles, regenerating at each point. Celts also believed that all important things came in three phases, for example: birth, death, and rebirth; or mind, body, and spirit.

The triple spiral later became the triskele used in Christian manuscripts. In neopagan religions, the triple spiral is also used to represent the triple goddess.

According to Uriel's Machine by Knight and Lomas (2003) the triple spiral may represent the nine month period of human pregnancy, since the sun takes a fourth of a year to go from the celestial equator (an equinox) to extreme north or south declination (a solstice), and vice versa. During each three-month period, the sun's path across the sky appears to form a closely-wound quasi-helical shape, which can be likened to a spiral, so that three spirals could represent nine months, providing an explanation for a link between fertility and the triple-spiral symbol.

As a Celtic symbol, the triskelion, usually consisting of spirals, but also the "horned triskelion", sometimes plays a role in Celtic groups and, rarely, can be seen in use by Germanic neopagan groups. The spiral triskelion is one of the primary symbols of Celtic Reconstructionist Paganism, and also used by some Wiccans. Celtic Reconstructionists use the symbol to represent a variety of triplicities in their cosmology and theology; it is also a favored symbol due to its association with the god Manannán Mac Lir. Wicca is syncretic in nature and often aesthetically adopts symbolism from various cultures, particularly Celtic symbolism. It is less commonly used amongst Germanic neopagan groups due to the non-Germanic origins of the symbol; use by Germanic groups may be due to confusion or association with Norse symbols with triple symmetries, like the Valknut, the Triquetra, or the symbol found on the Snoldelev Stone.




Mutter Xonecuilli

2007 / Austrian Limestone

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Based on the Mere Xonecuilli I brought into existence using clay back in 2005, in 2007 I sculpted the Austrian Sand stein version. Mutter Xonecuilli is a humble dedication to the Venus of Willendorf.
Praise be the Goddess of Fertility! Long live Life, Long live Mother Earth.

Mutter Xonecuilli (nahuatl for the Blue Warm) is my Mexican version of the Venus of Aggsbach, and there she stays, gazing at the stary nights and blue skies parfumed with the flowers and pine trees that crowned the mountains of the magic Wachau.
Om ra ra mahatma Om.

Sculptures in clay, they last for ages until nervous hands
or those sweet small beings running across the hall make them fall:

Mere Xonecuilli

2005 / Clay

Mére Xonecuilli

Mére Xonecuilli Mére Xonecuilli

Mother Earth

2002 / Clay

Mother Earth

In Tlalocatl-Xochipilli

2005 / Clay

In Tlalocatl Xochipilli

Terra Totem

2007 / Clay

Terra Totem Terra Totem

Scuptures in wood, they will last until the day they get rotten or burned:

Cosmic stairway

2003 / Mahogany wood & steel  

Cosmic Stairway Cosmic Stairway

Cosmic stairway is a very personal interpretation of the ubiquitous "double spiral snake"
know by the science as DNA!

Kin Totem

2004 / Mahogany wood & steel  

Kin Totem

Kin Totem. A multiple salutation to the sun. Kinich Ahau was the Sun god. He was the patron god of the city Itzamal (Yucatan, Mexico). Supposedly, he visited the city at noon everday. He would descend as a macaw and consume prepared offerings. Kinich Ahau is usually shown with jaguar-like features. Kinich Ahau also wears the symbol of Kin, a Mayan day, and also the Solar force and Higher spiritual energy. Kinich Ahau was also know by the name Ah Xoc Kin, who was associated with poetry and music.

Wahowa Totem 1 and 2

2005 / Tinted Austrian acacia wood, blue and Danube´s stone & steel.

Wahawa Totem Wahawa Totem

Der Kokon... gestando un papalotl

2004-2005 / Tinted Austrian oak wood

Der Kokon gestando un Papalotl

Der Kokon, is the house of a huge Austrian butterfly that every full moon's night flyes from the Wachau's forests until the summit of the magnificent Grossglockner

Chilam Balam Totem

2004/ Tinted wood, blue stone & steel

Chilam-Balam Totem Chilam-Balam Totem

Chilam Balam refers tothe Books of the Chilam Balam, the most important among the Mayan Codices.
The Chilam were native priests, shamans or seers. Balam means "jaguar" and is used here as a title of rank, or to bestow respect. The original "Jaguar Priest" may have been a real person whose greatness prompted the use of his name for these texts. Perhaps this totem might be a sort of powerful threshold that allows the access into the Mayan universe... who knows?

Ra Totem

2004 / Tinted wood, black granite & steel

Ra Totem Ra Totem

Ra Totem. A ray from our fat old sun. Since very early times Ra was a sun god, he took on many of the attributes and even the names of other gods as Egyptian myths evolved. A good example of this is the god Ra and Amun merging to become Amun-Ra or Ra and Horus combining to become Ra-Harakhte. One legend states that each day, Ra was born and began a journey across the sky. Ra was believed to travel in the Manjet-boat. or the 'Barque of Millions of Years'. He was joined on this daily journey by a crew of many gods.

Nti-shiito Totem

2005 / Tinted Austrian pear and cherry wood & Wachau's stone

Nti-Shiito. Sagrado niñito

Nti-shiito Totem. Celebration and humble hommage to Yolotzil night healer, who beyond Chicon-nindo became
the bird-lady, the clock-lady, the doll-lady the air-lady, the meteorite-lady, all wisdom, all light, all love.
Sagrado niñito.

Tree of life

2005 / Mahogany wood, steel & cement

Tree of Life

Tree of life. Trees like this one once were alive, jungles were pristine elements and vital vectors, humans with machines came and the emissaries between the infra-world and the cosmic forces became what you see: pure, neat pieces of (dead) wood . In Mexico the tree of life is a vital symbolic representation for its indiginous peoples since the time of the Azrtecs and so many other tribes, today here in Europe a Mexican make honour to the cause and presents his version... the reflection remains there.

Luas Totem

2004 / Wood, blue stone & steel

Luas Totem

Lua Totem Lua Totem

Luas Totem, a tribute to the skies and far beyond the stars.

Aku-Aku Totem

2004 / Tinted wood, black granite & steel

Aku-Aku totem

Aku-Aku Totem. To move a tall, flat bottomed object (such as a bookshelf) by swiveling it alternatively on its corners in a "walking" fashion [after the book by Thor Heyardhal theorising that the statues of Easter Island were moved in this fashion]. The truth is that to the islanders Aku Aku has another meaning: a spiritual guide.

Noraia Totem

2005 / Tinted Austrian oak wood and Danube's kiesel stone

Noraia Totem Noraia Totem

Noraia Totem

Noraia Totem is a humble manner to thank this mother earth's region centuries ago known as Noraia or Noreia which has its etimological roots in the pre-Roman goddess venerated in the area of today´s Austria, known from inscriptions of the Roman Imperial period dedicated to the goddess. The Romans put her on a level with the Egyptian goddess Isis and venerated her as Isis-Noreia. There is historical evidence (epigraphs) of sanctuaries in Hohenstein in the Glantal valley and on the Ulrichsberg mountain. Place in Noricum mentioned several times in ancient texts; its exact location is unknown. It is likely that various settlements of this name existed because it was derived from a goddess.

Nierika in Wahawa Totem

2005 / Austrian Oak wood

Nierika in Wahawa Totem Nierika in Wahawa Totem

Elemmental Tree

2005 / Tinted Austrian oak wood

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Sculptures in sand, purely hand-made they last until the next wave washes them away:


2002 / Sand of the Indian Ocean in Varkala, India

Surya in the sand

Sacred cow

2005 / Sand of the Mozambique Channel in Tuleara, Madagascar.

Salama! Sacred CowSacred Cow Veloma!