Wieland Martin Foerster
Wieland Martin Foerster, German sculptor, graphic artist, author. Recipient Kollwitz Art prize, E.Ger., 1974, Heinrich-vonKleist prize, 1977, National prize, 1976, 83. Member Fine Arts Association, Academy Arts E.Ger. (vice president since 1978).
Foerster, Wieland Martin was born on February 12, 1930 in Dresden, Germany. Son of Willy and Catharina (Lullak) Foerster.
Graduate, Dresden Academy Fine Arts, East Germany, 1959. M.-Scholar, German Academy Arts, East Germany, 1961. Certified sculptor, draftsman, East Germany.
Exhibited in East Germany, Sweden, France, West Germany, Italy, since 1958. Sculptures include: Passion, 1966, Schreitender Mann, 1969, Heinrich vonKleist, 1976-1977, others.
Author: (diary) Begegnung, 1974. Rugenlandschaften, 1974. Sieben Tage in Kuks, 1985.
also stories, prose, and poetry.
Member Fine Arts Association, Academy Arts E.Ger. (vice president since 1978).