Creative drawings - Eric DOIREAU - Sculptor - White Painting & Expressive Sulpture

Creative drawings

Expressive sculpture

These are scenes of women drawn in pencil and outlined with Chinese ink with more or less watery areas on paper. Therefore, the color palette changes from black to more subtle grays. They are figures of predominantly curved shapes that occupy all the space, placed centrally. The central theme is the figure of the woman, of sinuous and exaggerated forms, with a rhythmic and balanced composition of landscape format, accentuating the sensation of rest and tranquility. The greater or lesser saturation of Chinese ink, applied arbitrarily, throws the play of light and shadow providing depth. We could say that the work draws on abstract expressionism (Arshile Gorky) and informalism and the art brut of Dubuffet, putting the emphasis of the work on the sign, gesture and spontaneity.

As if in front of a woman, Eric shapes the outline of the female body without lifting the pencil from the paper, as if he knew it by heart, it fits every fold, every corner. Skin with skin, deform a breast, a sex, a mouth and stretch or contract them at will. Then it will give importance to some areas or others as requested by the brain, the eye, the hand, the heart. Get a visual contrast of grays that provide sinuous shadows and lights that works visually. And beyond the visual, formal success, awakens the part of the brain that connects directly with the skin.

Eric, gives personality to any of the artistic disciplines that he develops. From the sculpture in clay, from grotesque expressions, to his material portraits, Eric is pure gesture and feeling. In this series, matter is not the protagonist, it gives all the weight to the form and its chiaroscuros. Eric does not disappoint, he shows himself as he is, and he makes you feel. Perhaps lacking some visual force, Abstract women is formally powerful, pure sensuality that hooks you at the first glance. Original, spontaneous and creative, it is a free work of corsets that is carried away and takes you to eroticism. Elegant and careful eroticism, without ordinaries or totally explicit forms. Eric hides ecstasy so that it is the spectator who finds his own G-spot, his visual orgasm.

These are scenes of women drawn in pencil and outlined with Chinese ink with more or less watery areas on paper. Therefore, the color palette changes from black to more subtle grays. They are figures of predominantly curved shapes that occupy all the space, placed centrally. The central theme is the figure of the woman, of sinuous and exaggerated forms, with a rhythmic and balanced composition of landscape format, accentuating the sensation of rest and tranquility. The greater or lesser saturation of Chinese ink, applied arbitrarily, throws the play of light and shadow providing depth. We could say that the work draws on abstract expressionism (Arshile Gorky) and informalism and the art brut of Dubuffet, putting the emphasis of the work on the sign, gesture and spontaneity.

As if in front of a woman, Eric shapes the outline of the female body without lifting the pencil from the paper, as if he knew it by heart, it fits every fold, every corner. Skin with skin, deform a breast, a sex, a mouth and stretch or contract them at will. Then it will give importance to some areas or others as requested by the brain, the eye, the hand, the heart. Get a visual contrast of grays that provide sinuous shadows and lights that works visually. And beyond the visual, formal success, awakens the part of the brain that connects directly with the skin.

Eric, gives personality to any of the artistic disciplines that he develops. From the sculpture in clay, from grotesque expressions, to his material portraits, Eric is pure gesture and feeling. In this series, matter is not the protagonist, it gives all the weight to the form and its chiaroscuros. Eric does not disappoint, he shows himself as he is, and he makes you feel. Perhaps lacking some visual force, Abstract women is formally powerful, pure sensuality that hooks you at the first glance. Original, spontaneous and creative, it is a free work of corsets that is carried away and takes you to eroticism. Elegant and careful eroticism, without ordinaries or totally explicit forms. Eric hides ecstasy so that it is the spectator who finds his own G-spot, his visual orgasm.
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