Jackson, the three species chameleon

Jackson is inspired by three different chameleon species: Furcifer petteri, Furcifer timoni and Trioceros jacksonii. Furcifer petteri and timoni are both endemic to Madgascar and are, sadly, endangered species. Meanwhile, Trioceros jacksonii is native to East Africa, but has been introduced to Hawaii and Florida. Jackson is fully covered by thousands of cristal and clay beads. It took 4 … Continue reading Jackson, the three species chameleon

Slow art

I glue hundreds and hundred of beads made of clay and crystal on the pieces I create. One by one, the beads are delicately placed on the object with a toothpick. Slowly, very slowly the beads form the colored surfaces that form a part of the personality of each piece. Yep, it takes way too … Continue reading Slow art

Beyond beauty

Art pieces seek to transmit a message to the viewer. Whether it is a canvas, a sculpture or a delicate quilting patchwork, they are all willfully elaborated by their creator to share a message. Sometimes, in the art world, it is just beauty that is intended to be transmitted. I believe beauty is an essential … Continue reading Beyond beauty