The animal sculpture "Three Monkeys - See Nothing, Hear Nothing, Say Nothing" made of Böttger stoneware underlines the powerful charisma of the animals, makes all contours visible and demands highly precise work from the artist. The young sculptor Maria Walther has given the apes a particularly dynamic, expressive attitude. Thus, the gorilla in physiognomy and posture can be seen that without his eyes he does not know what to do with his strength. The mandrill squats on him, who cannot do anything with his voice without his hearing. And from his elevated post the pygmy maki has everything in view with huge eyes, but stands in his own way and remains silent. With this, Maria Walther has succeeded in creating a contemporary interpretation that calls for conscious observation, listening and action - a statement for more openness and civil courage. Limited to 25 pieces.