One of the projects that I am most proud of was the series of real life size human indigenous sculptures for the permanent exhibition at the Costarrican Precolumbian Gold Museum.
Together with my wife Hannie Goldgewicht, we embarked on this wonderful experience, that took us al the way to the Indian reservation of Boruca to lern there fisioligie and photograph there tribe.

In three months we molded in clay, made plaster molds and made a single resin casts of each of the sculptures used to represent and explain there way of life, traditions, and skills.

Museo de oro
Orfebres vertiendo el oro en los moldes
Mujer preparando comida
Guerrero en batalla
Chaman y aprendiz
Replica de chaman de oro escala 5 X, realizada en bronce para la
entrada al Museo
Replica de Monedas oro escala 10 X, realizada Resina para la seccion de numismatica del museo.