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Ends 24th October

Artist's description:

Serie "Glass" or "The unlikely soul of glass"
Created series (for and at) International Festival of Glass Arts (Honfleur 2015)

Between the visible and the invisible, there is a bridge, a passage, the time of a flash, the moment of a vision: it is the transvisible ... See, under the appearance of a representation, another reality. We are in the transvisible.
Look beyond seeing. For Pablo Picasso who spoke this difficulty, from another angle, "It would be necessary to be able to show the paintings which are under the table".
(Serge Venturini, poet)

The idea was to discover an unknown aspect of the glass, a particular glass, already shaped by other artists, and to allow the visitor to travel inside these works.
After a long research and shaping work (creation and manufacture of accessories and development of an innovative personal technique), the ultimate surprise and reward for the photographer arrived at the shooting: an extraordinary journey in an unsuspected world, reminiscent of childish kaleidoscopes!

All to share even more dream and transmission ...

The prints were made on matte fine-grained canvas allowing a deeper black of the image and dematerializing its surface.

Artwork numbered 2/5, signed by the author and accompanied by his certificate of authenticity

Materials used:

Ultrachrom inks on fine art extra matte canvas stretched on wood frame

Fern (2015)

$3,529.92

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This artwork is sold by Jean-Claude Chevrel from France

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