Expert artists work out the basic models: true works of art, created with the creative power of the individual, always new and different. These models are cast in bronze and then reproduced on the pantograph.

The wood from the mountain forests is best suited for carving. The wood is cut into thick boards, which are then made into smaller blanks, depending on the size of the sculpture to be realised.

Sculptures are then made from the wooden blanks on the pantograph by an expert craftsman, who then works out every last detail.

The final touch to a wooden sculpture is the decoration. The sculptures are painted by hand with patience and care. The colours used differ depending on the sculpture. Each sculpture that leaves the artist's hands thus becomes a unique piece.