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  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Sculptures Papier maché – Death
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures Cerf
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures – le petit chaperon rouge
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  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures – Jaguarde
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures – Jeune Loup papier
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Lievre blanc – sculpture papier maché

Les magnifiques Papiers-Mâchés de Melanie Bourlon

Les magnifiques Papiers-Mâchés de Melanie Bourlon. (Isère – FR)
Artiste autodidacte, Mélanie Bourlon travaille depuis 8 ans le papier pour en faire éclore lion lynx, ours ou vache dans sa boutique atelier qui a pignon sur rue aux Avenières en Isère. Elle partage bien volontiers sa passion et anime des ateliers.

Mélanie Bourlon - Sculptures Papier maché - Death

Mélanie Bourlon – Sculptures Papier maché – Death

Le travail de Mélanie Bourlon s’inscrit dans une démarche de simplicité, au sens noble du terme. 
Elle cultive un jardin où l’être prend le pas sur l’avoir au travers d’un bestiaire qui égrène des traits humains qui se réconcilient avec la nature. 
Le choix de matières dites pauvresbrutes, ou peu onéreuses, qu’elle glane et récupère puis détourne, illustre son univers de fables dans lequel elle se jour des modes et des époques toujours dans un soucis d’esthétique, du beau, fait avec peu de choses
Le motif, qu’il soit animal ou végétal, travaillé grandeur nature connait une renaissance, une revisite naturaliste.
L’habit, ici, ne fait pas l’âne.

  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – Trust sculpture
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – pieuvre sculpture
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – sculptures
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – sculptures
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – The Lonely King sculpture
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – sculptures
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – sculptures
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – sculptures
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – King Midas and His touch
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – Centaur sculpture
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – Blind Faith Borne of Persistent Patience
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – Blind Faith Borne of Persistent Patience sculptures

Art of Clare Ferguson-Walker

Art of Clare Ferguson-Walker. (UK) Figuratives sculptures

Clare Ferguson-Walker - sculptures

Through my work I aim to communicate the human condition from as many angles as I can see. I often draw upon elements of folklore and mythology, as I believe that certain stories carry age old truths woven into our collective sub-conscious which often have moral, emotional and physical relevance, regardless of time period or cultural status. I am drawn over and over again to using the human form as my starting point. as I believe that the physical body can and does communicate in a universal language. Each of us communicates using body language on a daily basis, often involuntarily, therefore it is a pure truthful language often revealing emotions that we would otherwise choose to hide. My figures are deliberately distorted, they come from another realm, my own personal world. Their forms also attempt to re-write our often limited views of what is considered beautiful. They are subtly rebellious.
I believe that the imagination is the channel by which the subconscious communicates with the conscious mind, and I believe that symbolism and metaphor are the languages that it uses. Therefore I freely allow my imagination to come up with scenes and concepts which I then turn into an object or image. My sculptures and paintings can be interpreted in the same way as one would interpret a dream, objects, creatures and positions carry hidden meanings to be unraveled. The subsequent narrative which I see developing is the plot line of my attempt to rationalize this world and my existence with in it. My work often deals with memory, loss as well as hope and the celebration of life itself. I love working with clay and I feel that the process of firing is something akin to alchemy, changing one substance into another. It allows for experimentation and always comes with the element of potential loss, making it a delicate and often heartbreaking art form.
I also love working with bronze, I love the excitement of the foundry process and I like the permanence of the material. I know that after I am gone, there will be a little of myself immortalized in my sculptures.

  • Marc Petit – sculpture
  • Marc Petit – sculpture
  • Marc Petit – sculpture
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  • Marc Petit – sculpteur
  • Marc Petit – sculpteur
  • Marc Petit – La quarantaine sculpture
  • Marc Petit Sculpture – Photo : isabelle Negre
  • Expo Marc Petit – sculpteur
  • Les Onze du Manoir – Marc PETIT sculptures – Photo : Adrien Comes
  • Les Onze du Manoir – Marc PETIT sculptures – Photo : Adrien Comes
  • Les Onze du Manoir – Marc PETIT sculptures – Photo : Adrien Comes
  • Les Onze du Manoir – Marc PETIT sculptures – Photo : Adrien Comes
  • Les Onze du Manoir – Marc PETIT sculptures – Photo : Adrien Comes
  • Les Onze du Manoir – Marc PETIT sculptures – Photo : Adrien Comes
  • Marc Petit, Exposition Limoges – 2016
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  • Sculpture Marc Petit
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  • Marc Petit – portrait sculpteur

Marc Petit – Sculpteur

Marc Petit – Sculpteur. (FR) né le 27 juin 1961 à Saint-Céré (Lot). Sculptures figuratives.

Marc Petit - sculpteur

Marc Petit – sculpteur

C’est à Cahors où il passe son enfance, qu’il réalise ses premières sculptures dès l’âge de 14 ans. Il y côtoie deux sculpteurs, anciens élèves des beaux arts de Paris, qui corrigent régulièrement son travail :
René Fournier lui apprend les bases du modelage et lui transmet l’enseignement de Marcel Gimond.
Jean Lorquin, premier grand prix de Rome lui apporte sa vision, ses connaissances mais aussi une vraie réflexion sur la sculpture.

À 24 ans, il présente sa première exposition personnelle à Villeneuve sur Lot.

Le sculpteur haut-viennois Marc Petit a été désigné numéro un des plus grands sculpteurs de notre temps, suite à une enquête menée par la revue Miroir de l’Art. (Source : le Populaire.fr)

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Marc Petit was born in Saint-Céré, a small village in South West France, on 1961.

He spends his childhood in Cahors and at the age of 14 he makes his first sculptures.  He is in close contact with two sculptors who had been students in Paris at the Beaux Arts School :
René Fournier introduces him to clay work and transmits him Marcel Gimond’s teachings; Jean Lorquin, winner of the Prix de Rome, provides him with his vision, his knowledge and a serious reflection on sculpture. They both quite frequently correct his work.
1985 : First personal exhibition in Villeneuve-sur-Lot.

  • Sarah Louise Davey – Night Shade
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculptures Harpy
  • Sarah Louise Davey – High Towers and Deep Wells
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Blood Flower
  • Sarah Louise Davey – fascinating sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculptures Foxglove
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Feral – Ceramic sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Buttercup sculpture
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Buttercup sculpture
  • Sarah Louise Davey – into the black – Ceramic, found object and wood
  • Sarah Louise Davey – into the black – Ceramic, found object and wood / Ceramic sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – macabre sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculptures Crab’s Eye
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Black Locust – Macabre sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Black Locust – Macabre sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Black Locust – Macabre sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Meadow Saffron- Macabres sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Meadow Saffron- Macabres sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Meadow Saffron- Macabres sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculpture in progress

Horrific and fascinating sculptures Sarah Louise Davey

Horrific and fascinating sculptures Sarah Louise Davey. (USA)

Sarah Louise Davey - Buttercup sculpture

Sarah Louise Davey – Buttercup sculpture

Disturbing beautiful sculptures by Sarah Louise Davey are painted ceramic, embodying creatures with tortured, glazed stares, and strange growths either covering their eyes or framing them like sick, rotten petals of flesh carved out around an astonishingly open iris. They look like paintings on porcelain, and the bold, dark lines sketching their features out against the chalky whiteness of the ceramic hold a horrific and fascinating quality. 

Inquietantes sculptures de Sarah Louise Davey, incarnant des créatures torturées, aux regards vitreux, avec souvent des excroissances étranges – couvrant les yeux ou la bouche. Ses sculptures ont un aspect porcelaine, une blancheur crayeuse leur donnant une aura nauséabonde et fascinante.

  • Joshua Ben Longo – Monster Skin Rug – Textiles sculptures
  • Joshua Ben Longo – Monster Skin Rug
  • Joshua Ben Longo – Monster Skin Rug
  • Joshua Ben Longo – Monster Skin Rug – Textiles sculptures
  • Joshua Ben Longo – Monster Skin Rug
  • Joshua Ben Longo – Monster Skin Rug details
  • Joshua Ben Longo – Monster Skin Rug white – Textiles sculptures
  • Joshua Ben Longo – Monster skin chair – Textiles sculptures
  • Joshua Ben Longo – Monster skin chair – Textiles sculptures
  • Joshua Ben Longo – YELLOW – Textiles sculptures
  • Joshua Ben Longo – Monster skin chair process – Textiles sculptures
  • Joshua Ben Longo – KHARON – Textiles sculptures
  • Joshua Ben Longo – HYPNAGOGIA
  • Joshua Ben Longo – Textiles sculptures
  • Joshua Ben Longo – portrait

Textiles sculptures – Joshua Ben Longo

Textiles sculptures – Joshua Ben Longo (Pays-Bas)

He spends the majority of his time making sculpture, painting, and conducting experiments in his studio. When not hallucinating or making art, he runs creative workshops, participates in design lectures, and consults for creative agencies big and small. He believes in magic and would love nothing more than to go to outer space.

 

Joshua Ben Longo - Textiles sculptures

  • Sculptures hyperrealistes Carole Feuerman
  • Sculptures hyperrealistes Carole Feuerman
  • Sculptures hyperealistes Carole Feuerman “tree”
  • Sculptures hyperealistes Carole Feuerman
  • Sculptures hyperealistes Carole Feuerman expo
  • Sculptures hyperealistes Carole Feuerman
  • Sculptures hyperealistes Carole Feuerman – tree
  • Sculptures hyperrealistes Carole Feuerman
  • Sculptures hyperealistes Carole Feuerman – Generals Twin
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Sculptures hyperealistes Carole Feuerman

Sculptures hyperealistes Carole Feuerman, born 1945.
Working in both monumental and life size, she is the only figurative artist to hyperrealistically paint bronze for use in outdoor public art, and the only sculptor to install these sculptures in the water.

Sculptures hyperealistes Carole Feuerman "tree"

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  • Patricia Broothaers – androgyn and bashful sculptures
  • Patricia Broothaers – androgyn trans sculptures
  • Patricia Broothaers – androgyn trans sculptures
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  • Patricia Broothaers – androgyn and bashful sculptures
  • Patricia Broothaers – androgyn and bashful sculptures
  • Patricia Broothaers – androgyn and bashful sculptures
  • Patricia Broothaers – androgyn and bashful sculptures
  • Patricia Broothaers  – sculptures
  • Patricia Broothaers  – sculptures
  • Patricia Broothaers – androgyn and bashful sculptures
  • Patricia Broothaers – androgyn and bashful sculptures
  • Patricia Broothaers – androgyn and bashful sculptures
  • Patricia Broothaers – Sculptures ceramic

Patricia Broothaers – androgyn and bashful sculptures

Patricia Broothaers – androgyn and bashful sculptures..
OSerais-je pour certaines.. parler qu’elles dégagent un “quelquechose” de très trans ?
En tout cas, une émotion pudique et très parlante, un aspect “grimée” très particulier.
(Belgium).

Patricia Broothaers - androgyn trans sculptures

  • Frédérique Morrel – mixed taxidermy tapestries sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – Waiting for the spark of life
  • Frédérique Morrel – Sculptures tapissées
  • Frédérique Morrel – Mixed media textile sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – horse sculptures tapestries
  • Frédérique Morrel – Gallery preview sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – mixed media textile sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – Gallery preview sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – Vintage tapestries
  • Frédérique Morrel univers
  • Frédérique Morrel – mixed taxidermy tapestries sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – THE PURGATORY CORNER- Sculptures tapissées
  • Frédérique Morrel – Sculptures tapissées
  • Frederique Morrel’s Xmas windo at Bergdorf Goodman
  • Frédérique Morrel – Vintage tapestries
  • Frédérique Morrel – sculptures trophy
  • Frédérique Morrel – bonny – mixed media textile sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – Beautiful Art Tapestry sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – Tapestry Sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – Tapestry Sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – Tapestry Sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – Tapestry Sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – Tapestry Sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel portrait
  • Frédérique Morrel portrait artiste

Beautiful Art Tapestries sculptures of Frederique Morrel

Beautiful Art Tapestry sculptures of Frederique Morrel. Multi-talent artiste (France, Paris)

Craquage total pour l’œuvre très créative de cette artiste !
Un univers frais, coloré et joyeux.

Frédérique Morrel - bonny - mixed media textile sculptures

“We speak to animals in their own language. We like materials that tell stories of simple, ideal happiness, and that have been caressed by many hands.
We are inspired by Adam and Eve. The Garden of Eden. temptation. Original sin. The fall of man. Paradise Lost. Deluge. Apocalypse. Noah’s ark. Redemption. Re-birth. Vanities. Veneration.
We Question the dynamics of man vs woman, craft vs industry, of art vs decoration, of man vs animal, of beauty vs ugly, luxury vs cheap.”

  • Rachel Ducker Wire Sculptures
  • Rachel Ducker Wire Sculptures
  • Rachel Ducker Wire Sculptures
  • Rachel Ducker Wire Sculptures
  • Rachel Ducker – Untitled #sculpture
  • Rachel Ducker Wire Sculptures
  • Rachel Ducker Wire Sculptures
  • Rachel Ducker Wire Sculptures
  • Rachel Ducker Wire Sculpture
  • Rachel Ducker Wire Sculpture portrait

Rachel Ducker Wire Sculpture

Rachel Ducker Wire Sculpture. (UK)
British contemporary artist, Rachel Ducker was originally trained as a jeweller. With an insatiable desire to create she turned her attention to sculpting the human form in wire, concentrating on the expressive and emotional dynamics of human nature.

Rachel Ducker Wire Sculptures

Rachel Ducker Wire Sculptures

“With an incredibly visual, active mind Rachel has an insatiable desire to create and make. Well practiced in life drawing and with an appreciation of the human form and the emotional dynamics of human nature, combined with being originally trained as a jeweller, lead her to experiment with wire as a medium for sculpting the human form, capturing something ephemeral, either emotive or active.
Her pieces are untitled due to her belief that everyone sees something different in the sculptures and her lack of suggestion leads them to live that moment she portrays in their own particular way, therefore expanding the piece of work further with every viewer.

The translucency and form of her work allows rather dramatic shadows to be cast and with the right lighting, can show the three dimensional form on a two dimensional level creating an effect resembling a pencil sketch on the wall.

Rachel uses no model and she doesn’t form the shape around anything. The posture is first designed and then the pieces are carefully molded by hand and then gradually added to, wrapping wire, layer by layer. Her satisfaction with the posture can be instantaneous or take days and every angle important right to the tip of the finger and to a millimetre of adjustment until just right. She discovered that the slightest movement in the angle of the hand or fingers, or the tilting of the head changes everything the figure is portraying.

Her sculptures being featureless leaves the posture to say all, expressing the feeling. The hair creating the scene, making all more turbulent, dramatic, adding latent movement and tenacity. She is very focused on people watching and body language and how people express themselves physically and all goes along side her keen interest in psychology.

Her inspiration may come from the human form, but she is also greatly inspired by different materials, found objects and new techniques and is keen to combine mediums, finding it often leading to new ideas, which Rachel is never short of!
The wire work keeps her more than busy, supplying over twenty galleries in the UK alone, various exhibitions and numerous private commissions globally. But Rachel tries to keep her active mind diverse in it’s creativity. She still makes her silver cast jewellery to commission and enjoys experimenting with painting, life drawing monoprints, photography and is keen to try animation with the wire figures, as well as constantly moving on with the sculpture.”

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  • David Willis – Glass sculpture heart
  • David Willis – like a butterfly (detail) 2010, glass / mixed media
  • DAVID WILLIS – Here Today – Glass sculptures
  • DAVID WILLIS – Here Today – Glass sculpture
  • David Willis – Glass sculpture
  • David Willis – Glass sculpture – rainy day dream away
  • David Willis – Glass sculpture – rainy day dream away
  • David Willis – Glass sculpture – rainy day dream away
  • David Willis – Glass sculpture – rainy day dream away
  • David Willis – blown and sculpted glass, assembled – flowers

Luminous Art glass David Willis

Luminous Art glass David Willis. Glass installations.

David Willis - Glass sculpture - rainy day dream away
David Willis’ work is predominantly lampworked borosilicate glass which allows him to create works that range from delicate to massive. He is inspired by the natural world and addresses the relationships between people and nature at all levels in his work. During this residency, David Willis will produce a clear glass field of daisies. “Growth and decay, composition and decomposition, life and death, reality and the surreal, will be addressed by this work.”

  • Armelle Blary – Sirene-2009
  • Armelle Blary – jattendrai – Sculpture textile
  • Armelle Blary – Echo -2004 – sculpture textile
  • Armelle Blary – Daphné – sculpture textile
  • Armelle Blary – chaussure – 2008 sculpture fil de fer

Sculptures métamorphosées et poétiques de Armelle Blary

Sculptures métamorphosées et poétiques de Armelle Blary. (France) – Tissus, fil de fer

Armelle Blary - Daphné - sculpture textile

Son univers personnel se développe dans des œuvres où l’humain, l’objet, l’animal, le végétal se croisent dans une poétique de l’entre-deux et du devenir.
Nourrie de littérature, Armelle Blary recourt volontiers aux mythes anciens. Elle puise dans les récits de métamorphose matière à produire des formes inédites qui embrassent dans une même énergie le vivant et le perdu. Le prétexte poétique devenant ainsi le moyen privilégié d’une réflexion sur le désir, la mort, l’amour, la foi…

  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – heretyk 215cm 2014
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – sculpture cyclist
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – sculpture cyclist
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – sculpture cyclist
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – sculpture cyclist in progress
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – sculpture cyclist in progress
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – heretyk sculpture
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – heretyk sculptures
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – heretyk sculpture
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – heretyk sculpture
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – heretyk sculpture details
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – heretyk details
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – heretyk II
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – flightless sculpture
  • Artist : Grzegorz Gwiazda Sculpture
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – expo sculpture
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – sculpture in progress
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – sculpture in progress
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – Sculptures
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – Sculptures
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – Sculptures Heretic
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – Sculptures
  • Sculptures Barcelone with Grzegorz Gwiazda
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – Sculptures
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – Sculptures
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – Sculptures
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – Sculptures secret, bronze
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – sculpture
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – portrait artiste sculpture

From one style to the other, from one artistic medium to another… Sculptures of Grzegorz Gwiazda

From one style to the other, from one artistic medium to another… Sculptures of Grzegorz Gwiazda. (Pologne) – Bronze, resin, ceramics, paper…

Grzegorz Gwiazda - heretyk details

About figurative: This seems to be the only indisputable element of this artist’s works: nevertheless, by taking a closer look, Gwiazda makes his human figures appear out of shapeless mass of matter. Therefore, his characters tend to or come from abstraction.
About titles: They – as the characters they describe – come from the classical themes of the history of ancient arts, such as, for example, the Minotaur, or from the origins of modern times, such as, for example, the cyclist. Nevertheless, one can easily realize that, behind past subjects, Gwiazda is hiding characters from the present.
About the style: Each of his sculptures has a prevailing style: some of them are certainly expressionist works; others are so solemn that they recall the socialist realism; others are more abstract; some others show the violence of the late 19th century realism or of the modern realism of the Young British Art; others are warped in surrealist or symbolist tone. Nevertheless, the prevailing style is continuously denied in the body itself of the sculpture, so that every work shows a stylistic reference and its opposite at the same time.

About the medium: In all Gwiazda sculptures, great attention is paid to the colouring and the patina. Sometimes not only the colour is important but also the fact itself that it is “painted” on the work, insomuch as the artist leaves the effects of the drops and strokes visible. One might wonder if the sculptures are a mass that emerges from the two-dimensional surface of painting or if the latter is the inevitable conclusion of the sculptor’s work.

 

Sculptures Barcelone with Grzegorz Gwiazda

>> Grzegorz Gwiazda will be teaching a sculpture workshop at the BAA Poblenou from 10-14 and 17 to 21 July, 2017. +info
  • A Lion Of Fire Pouncing On The Man ©DUNCAN RAWLINSON
  • View from Cosmic Praise Tower Looking Toward The Man ©DUNCAN RAWLINSON
  • Shark Art Car – Mutant Vehicle ©DUNCAN RAWLINSON
  • Colorful Mutant Vehicle – Art Car ©DUNCAN RAWLINSON
  • Bike Bridge by Michael Christian ©DUNCAN RAWLINSON
  • Barbie Death Camp Art ©DUNCAN RAWLINSON
  • Alien Siege Machine by Dan Fox ©DUNCAN RAWLINSON
  • Aerial View Burning Man 2014 During Embrace Burn ©DUNCAN RAWLINSON
  • Aerial View Burning Man 2014 During Embrace Burn ©DUNCAN RAWLINSON
  • Burning Man 2014 Photos – ©DUNCAN RAWLINSON
  • Burning Man 2014 Photos – ©DUNCAN RAWLINSON

Burning man. A city in the desert.

Burning man. A city in the desert. A culture of possibility. A network of dreamers and doers.

Burning Man 2014 Photos - ©DUNCAN RAWLINSON

Le festival Burning Man est une grande rencontre artistique qui se tient chaque année dans le désert de Black Rock au Nevada.
Elle a lieu la dernière semaine d’août, le premier lundi de septembre étant férié aux États-Unis. C’est Larry Harvey qui a proposé en 1986 la crémation festive d’un mannequin géant sur la plage de Baker Beach, qui fait face au Golden Gate Bridge à San Francisco. En 1990, l’événement est déplacé dans le Nevada pour permettre l’accueil, dans une sorte de ville temporaire en plein désert, d’installations (Art Camps) et de participants (Burners) de plus en plus nombreux. (Source: wikipedia)

“Burning Man est aussi bien un rendez-vous interlope pour vieux hippies ou fêtards de San Francisco que pour l’élite technologique de la Silicon Valley.”

C’est Woodstock et la Biennale de Venise réunis, la ruée vers l’Ouest et la plus grande rave party du monde : c’est Burning Man, le festival qui surpeuple chaque année le désert du Nevada, ou l’expression la plus anarchique de l’optimisme américain. Un concentré de l’énergie pure de la côte Ouest et de l’immense richesse des États-Unis.
Venus du monde entier, des centaines d’artistes bâtissent d’immenses chars éphémères sur des charpentes de bois, des voitures-sculptures, des véhicules mutants, des yachts des sables qui vont croiser dans le désert pendant la semaine de cette fête qui ne s’arrête jamais… Ponctuée par la mise à feu spectaculaire de ces édifices, à l’aube ou au coucher du soleil, devant des dizaines de milliers de fans exaltés. Tant qu’il dure, Burning Man est sans doute la plus monumentale exposition de sculptures au monde. Et pourtant, chaque année, quand s’achève le mois d’août, il n’en reste plus rien. (Lire la suite sur lefigaro.fr)

Le theme du rassemblement 2015 sera “Carnival of Mirrors. (380 $ l’entrée en 2014… hmm)

  • Marie-josee Roy – Junon, detail
  • Marie-josee Roy – Junon, 60×42, photo transfert sur aluminium meulé, gravure au burin- Jerome Prieur
  • Marie-josee Roy – Nous sommes un, 60×36, technique mixte sur aluminium.gravure au burin, Jerome Prieur
  • Marie-josee Roy – Le corps formé de fulgurance 40×28, Technique mixte sur aluminium
  • Marie-josee Roy – Le cantique des cantiques, sculpture detail
  • Marie-josee Roy – Le Cantique des Cantiques, 42x16x3 acier, bronze, sculpture murale
  • Marie-josee Roy – La priere d’ouverture, 84×60
  • Marie-josee Roy – L’onde cantique
  • Marie-josee Roy – L’Onde Cantique 84×60, technique mixte sur aluminium, gravure au burin- Jerome Prieur
  • Marie-josee Roy – Sculpture Le pieu, détail
  • Marie-josee Roy -Lumen 60×84 huile, photo tranfert sur aluminium.

Beautiful Metal ART – Marie-josee Roy

Beautiful Metal ART – Marie-josee Roy (Canada),
Sculptures
et pour les peintures métales, Technique mixte sur aluminium. Gravure au burin, Jerome Prieur.

Marie-josee Roy - L'onde cantique

Marie-josee Roy – L’onde cantique

Depuis 20 ans, le métal exerce toujours aussi fortement sur l’artiste son pouvoir d’attraction.
Ses peintures, sur métal, aliant photographies, encre à l’huile, gravure……
Ses sculptures métalliques forgées, soudées ou coulées, …
Cette matière, elle l’a fait sienne.
Marie-Josée Roy ressent le métal comme s’il était devenu une partie de son corps. Une seconde peau. Une armure., le murmure d’une armure.
L’artiste trace un parallèle entre les les propriétés magnétiques, résilientes, fusionnelles, lumineux du métal et les relations humaines qui leur sont communes.
Son expression est physique, et pas seulement parce que travailler le métal demande de la force, elle est physique, point. Pas final cependant. Au contraire. Cela ouvre un grand pan sur sa personnalité et sur la nature intrinsèque de son expression. De la candeur affective et de l’humilité amenées à l’image avec une facture poétique, intense et venant du ventre.
Par le feu et le métal, le  chaud et le froid à la fois, Marie-Josée Roy dépouille toute pensée unissant essences opposées, Elle  extériorise l’intériorité de l’être.

Since more than 20 years, metal has been and still is showing life and attraction between Marie-Josée Roy’s chiselling hands.
Her paintings, on metal, matching with photography, ink oil, engraving…
Her metallic sculptures, forged, welded, poured..,
Marie-Josée Roy feels the metal like if it was one of her body’s vital organ. A second skin, an armor, the murmur of an armor.
The artist traces a parallel between the magnetic, resilient, fusional, and bright features of the metal and the human relations to which they are related.
Her mean of expression is physical, and not only because working the metal relies on strength, she is physical, period. But, however, not final. On the contrary. It unfolds a huge aspect of her personality and of the inherent nature of her expression. Affective naïvety and humility sticking to the picture with a poetic, intense signature coming from deep inside.
From fire and metal, warm as cold, Marie-Josée Roy relieves any thought unifying opposite essences. She exteriorises the interiority of being.


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