Faces and hands - Eric DOIREAU - Sculptor - White Painting & Expressive Sulpture

Faces and hands

Expressive sculpture



Without any formal training, answering exclusively to the impulse of restless creativity, he explores the arts with a tranquil curiosity, with an innocence uncontaminated by academic prejudice or commercial bias. Discovering sculpture through a diversity of shapes, materials and textures, he endeavours to fathom the intricacies of human nature, aiming to reveal its hidden emotions and delving into the mystery of existence with heartfelt enthusiasm. His unclassifiable works manifest a pure, free, untamed, unassuming style in an approach that favours suggestion, an exchange of feelings, over mere beauty. Each and every one of them is a clear invitation to think with the heart. His concept of art goes beyond unidirectional personal creation in that it merely points at the beginning of a journey which the attentive observer, fully involved, should pursue and bring to an end. Through the interaction of both, the oeuvre becomes collective, always alive, constantly moving and in expressive growth. The creations of this young and nevertheless mature sculptor can be pleasing or not, but they are certain never to inspire indifference, moving the spirit with the prodigious magic of the great masters, spurring our six senses into action.



Without any formal training, answering exclusively to the impulse of restless creativity, he explores the arts with a tranquil curiosity, with an innocence uncontaminated by academic prejudice or commercial bias. Discovering sculpture through a diversity of shapes, materials and textures, he endeavours to fathom the intricacies of human nature, aiming to reveal its hidden emotions and delving into the mystery of existence with heartfelt enthusiasm. His unclassifiable works manifest a pure, free, untamed, unassuming style in an approach that favours suggestion, an exchange of feelings, over mere beauty. Each and every one of them is a clear invitation to think with the heart. His concept of art goes beyond unidirectional personal creation in that it merely points at the beginning of a journey which the attentive observer, fully involved, should pursue and bring to an end. Through the interaction of both, the oeuvre becomes collective, always alive, constantly moving and in expressive growth. The creations of this young and nevertheless mature sculptor can be pleasing or not, but they are certain never to inspire indifference, moving the spirit with the prodigious magic of the great masters, spurring our six senses into action.
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