"It is almost by chance that things have happened. The winter for me is conducive to creative research; I have found a way of expressing a particular cut of wood by working the material so that there is a sense of duality created between me and the wood"
Making his subject resonate, such is the ultimate goal of Luc Langeron. His recent works, somewhere between sculpture and painting, are drifting towards abstraction, mixing wood, plaster, ochre and acrylic. The pattern of the strips of wood, irregular by nature, plays with light and shade to accentuate the strong textures. The transparency of a glossy varnish on top of the saturated colours reinforces the impression of movement. “The surprising thing is that when you split the wood find that it is always cut in its own unique way, so that two p…
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