« I will draw a line and it will be life.” Hokusai says.
“Drawing a line is not such an easy matter: heart as to be great and empty”, answers a Chinese proverb.
“People whose skin looks like the bark of the tree.
Proud, vertical and deserving, sometimes arrogant, seductive or seduced, or simply he.
Without arm, not in fact they are here, engraved and heightened by white, stuck on the body there, as powerless.
Flow of the body.
Raw man, raised, authentic man.
To make the white man, I took the black clay, for the black, the white.
Neither skin, nor colour, a person, a spirit.
At the dawn of the word, there is a gesture to raise yourself…to create”
Sculptor, ceramist and painter
Born on April 6th, 1959 in Leuven, Belgium
Studies and formations
1999 enamel trainee with H. Severijns
1998 glazed pottery trainee with A. Hurlet and D. Miller
1996 Seminar with Yang Seung-Ho
1995 Trainee with the sculptor Véronique Choppinet
1994 Trainee with the ceramist Patrick Picarelle
1981 Graduate in interior Architecture, Saint Luc School, Bruxelles, Belgium
1981 Graduate in sculptural ceramic of the Boisfort Acadamy, teacher J.LeymanRead more