Andreas Krämmer was born in 1959 in Coburg, Germany. He was educated at the Arts Academy in Nürnberg, as a first class student by Professor Christian Hüpfner.
From 1989 untill 1994 he was engaged as artistic and scientific employee at the Technical University of Braunschweig.
He held a position at the Institute of Professor Jürgen Weber, lecturing students in architecture with regard to spatial artistic composition as well as to drawing.
In 1995 he created a huge sculpture in a city quarter with newly built houses in Braunschweig.
With his sculptures he finds himself close to the tension between Northern and Souther German statue traditions, represented by Gerhard Marcks and Hans Wimmer.
Both 'Schools' were, indeed present at the Arts Academy of Nürnberg, in the persons of respectively his tutor Christian Hüpfner and the sculptor Wilhem Uhlig.
Andreas Krämmer's work is to be characterized by an intelligible, traditional composition, with clear spiritual influences and external impulses.
Thus sensual, comprehensibel and varied human images in bronze are created.