Even as a child WG was playfully experimenting with organic shapes. Following his versatile artistic inclinations and interests he grappled in his youth initially with etching.
The first drypoints come to life. From then on, his artistic creative urge runs like a thread through his life. He begins experimenting with different materials and textures and discovers, while studying medicine, his fascination and passion for bronze casting. An enthusiasm that does not let go him as an autodidact.
While successfully practising medicine, he continues developing his own unmistakable, organic formal language, which sometimes appears to remind us of Antoni Gaudí and Salvador Dalí.
The first metal castings follow sculptures in which he combines bronze with materials such as glass, ceramics and wood. In doing so his characteristic, non-conformist, organically shaped art work comes to life, that today stands in its precise and fine elaborateness typically or his oeuvre.