LEUBE Sculpture Path
Art and nature – a combination which makes the Sculpture Path of the St. Leonhard-based company LEUBE a true insider tip. Verging on romantic, the path follows the banks of the Königsseeache, surprising visitors with artworks and clear messages along the way.
It all began in 2008 with the “Tree Spiral”. By 2013, this had been joined by four additional pieces: “Scandal in Paradise” is a shiny red ball hovering above the forest floor. “VOIDS” is a collection of nine concrete crosses, “Come back tomorrow” a free-floating pink staircase without any visible support, while “Pixel Pipe Leonhard 8/8” enthralls with its optical subtleties.
The LEUBE Collection
The Sculpture Path is located on the grounds of the LEUBE cement plant in St. Leonhard/Grödig. The path of modern art was opened in 2013 to mark the company’s 175th anniversary. The ongoing expansion of the pathway represents the extension of a successful “Artist in Residence” program, which took place from 1995 until 2005. The Tree Spiral at the start of the path, in particular, has close ties to LEUBE: 200 employees and 200 family members from the company planted 400 willow trees around the bust of the company’s founder.