A small sculpture to hold in the hand! (Actually it was a project for a much larger sculpture). I like to show, in the manner of Giacometti, that the presence of a sculpture is not due to its format but to its emotional charge.
To the Greeks, the owl symbolizes philosophy. She sees in the night. A concept that is very useful in the current period ... A young girl wonders and reflects in interaction with this beautiful animal.
Sculpture presented in bronze for the first time during the "VARIATIONS" exhibition at the Gilbert Dufois gallery. This revival of the elephant with the bird will find its place in any garden. I can envisage a corten steel plinth suitable for any chosen location. Beautiful gray patina with lighter backgrounds.
I finished this sculpture on Christmas Day 2019 and at first I called it Happy Christmas, imagining the bear cub offering the fish as gifts!
Now I prefer Back from Fishing, which I feel is more appropriate to the subject.
Brown patina, lighter background with green glints for the fish.
This is a playful sculpture which reveals surprises from all angles. The rounded forms of the "pouffe" and of the big elephant are punctuated by the acrobatic position of the little one on the trunk. The little elephant at the back awaits his turn ! Slate grey patina with a lighter background.
This sculpture was based on the theme of the representations of children and dolphins of ancient Rome. This sculpture was created for the exhibition « Bêtes à Musée » .Grey very slightly bluish patina.
Sandstone, bronze original. Presented at the ART’UP Galleries in Lille. Entrusted to the Harze Foundry for the release of the next bronze edition 1/8.A playful theme that I re-use in different positions by playing on the roundness of the forms.
Sculpture created for the exhibition « Liaisons Vitales » (Vital Connections) at the Natural History Museum of Lille.The little girl is at one with the wolf in a shared moment of time.Brown patina with a lighter background.
A playful and recurring theme which refers to the surprising lightness and agility of big animals. The curves of the trunks respond to the curves of the hindquarters.Brown patina with a lighter background.
This is a sculpture from 1998. It is in my studio and is the only remaining edition. The first edition of this sculpture was inspired by the play « Rhinoceros » by Ionesco before being acquired at the time by the writer’s doctor.
The exchange of looks between a generously shaped Pyreneen horse and a little girl.Black patina with a lighter background.An example of this sculpture is in the process of being acquired by the Musée de L’Outil.
The elephant lying on its back is one of my ‘playful at heart’ themes. I have placed on the elephant’s trunk a baby elephant which is attempting an acrobatic exercise.Grey patina with a lighter background.