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Bruno Lemée

Born in: 1963 France

Bruno Lemée

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Bruno Lemée was born in 1963 and is a descendant of painter Georges Seurat. He takes an early interest in art, visiting various museums including the Louvre, which develop his taste for expressing life. After working on drawing, he turns to landscape – real and imaginary – painting. However Bruno Lemée's preferred means of expression is sculpture, through which he combines what he learned from drawing and painting, in particular in terms of outlines and observation, to material shaping.

He finds his inspiration in wilderness where he takes his favourite models and materials from, and uses a wire as a basis for his work, in a similar way to a drawer's line. He then works on shapes and balances, sometimes filling the volumes thus created with pieces of driftwood. This work on shapes and materials conveys the artist's representation of the living – human and animal, real and imaginary.
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Bruno Lemée, Percussionniste, Sculpture

Bruno Lemée

Percussionniste, 2015
33.5 x 23.6 x 15.7 inch


Bruno Lemée, Père Fouettard, Sculpture

Bruno Lemée

Père Fouettard, 2015
33.5 x 23.6 x 15.7 inch


Bruno Lemée, Coq expressif, Sculpture

Bruno Lemée

Coq expressif, 2015
19.7 x 13.8 x 23.6 inch


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  • sculpture

  • portrait sculpture

  • animal sculpture

  • abstract sculpture

  • wood sculpture

  • metal sculpture

  • french artist