✍ Étienne Pirot, 1952

Born in Grenoble, French sculptor Étienne Pirot [Étienne] spent his childhood and his youth in the “Dauphiné” province. He went to University in Ottawa (Canada) and back in France, he obtained a degree in plastic arts in Marseille. Then he became a student at the “Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts” in Paris and an art teacher from 1

For his first creations, he used marble, stone and wood. But soon he opted for bronze, a material that enables him to play with solid and hollows. Étienne breaks up his subjects, he makes them pure n cleaving to their essence -a hand, a face, a look to reach a stable, well balanced harmony-constructive and expressive. Such a metal also makes it possible for him to explore the chromatic diversity of patina an d play with colour graduation, including the polished finish.
Étienne’s works deal with every single aspect of life, many of them a reflection of strong moments – human, spiritual or artistic encounters. Abstract to some extent yet always figurative, all these works are symbols.

With unflagging obstinacy, he conceives his sculpture as a means

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✍ Étienne Pirot, 1952

Born in Grenoble, French sculptor Étienne Pirot [Étienne] spent his childhood and his youth in the “Dauphiné” province. He went to University in Ottawa (Canada) and back in France, he obtained a degree in plastic arts in Marseille. Then he became a student at the “Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts” in Paris and an art teacher from 1

For his first creations, he used marble, stone and wood. But soon he opted for bronze, a material that enables him to play with solid and hollows. Étienne breaks up his subjects, he makes them pure n cleaving to their essence -a hand, a face, a look to reach a stable, well balanced harmony-constructive and expressive. Such a metal also makes it possible for him to explore the chromatic diversity of patina an d play with colour graduation, including the polished finish.
Étienne’s works deal with every single aspect of life, many of them a reflection of strong moments – human, spiritual or artistic encounters. Abstract to some extent yet always figurative, all these works are symbols.

With unflagging obstinacy, he conceives his sculpture as a means

 

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