Flight of the Langoustine  ©    110 cm high x 80 cm wide  Unique  The robust, yet spectral figures are challenged by the confines of their environment and are the embodiment of release or exodus – in this instance, from an unlikely, reclaimed steel lobster pot, fortuitously washed-up on the beach outside one of Pierre’s early studios...   

Flight of the Langoustine  ©  

110 cm high x 80 cm wide

Unique

The robust, yet spectral figures are challenged by the confines of their environment and are the embodiment of release or exodus – in this instance, from an unlikely, reclaimed steel lobster pot, fortuitously washed-up on the beach outside one of Pierre’s early studios...

 

 Flight of the Langoustine  ©    110 cm high x 80 cm wide  Unique  “Flight of the Langoustine” has been awarded a place on The Hove Plinth, Hove Promenade, South East Coast, England, as part of its inaugural commissioning programme.  It will be realised in bronze and steel, 4 metres high x 3 metres wide.  Work in progress. For more information about the project   View Journal

Flight of the Langoustine  ©  

110 cm high x 80 cm wide

Unique

“Flight of the Langoustine” has been awarded a place on The Hove Plinth, Hove Promenade, South East Coast, England, as part of its inaugural commissioning programme.

It will be realised in bronze and steel, 4 metres high x 3 metres wide.

Work in progress. For more information about the project View Journal

 Wazo   ©   100 cm high x 110 cm wide  Unique  "Wazo" (oiseau) occupies the air like a like a flock of birds. The sculpture is spatial and dynamic; classic in its approach, echoing the simple figurative power of say, a Grecian frieze but with the edginess of contemporary dance choreography.  It was proposed by the artist for the London 2012 Olympic South East of England Sculpture Commission, though has yet to be realised on a monumental scale.   

Wazo   © 

100 cm high x 110 cm wide

Unique

"Wazo" (oiseau) occupies the air like a like a flock of birds. The sculpture is spatial and dynamic; classic in its approach, echoing the simple figurative power of say, a Grecian frieze but with the edginess of contemporary dance choreography.

It was proposed by the artist for the London 2012 Olympic South East of England Sculpture Commission, though has yet to be realised on a monumental scale.

 

 Off the Wall   ©   66 cm high x 120 cm wide  Unique  The original is a unique piece in ceramic and polymer plaster.  "Off The Wall" was subsequently cast in bronze (edition of 9) as a maquette intended for a monumental work.  Exhibited at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, in the Palazzo Venier dei Leoni, Venice, 2002, the bronze was showcased as part of "Thinking Big" - Twenty-First Century British Sculpture Exhibition, curated by Tim Marlow, and Wilfred Cass of the  Cass Sculpture Foundation.   The Exhibition offered a microscopic view of contemporary British sculpture: 85 small-scale works by artists born in seven different decades of the previous century, produced in every conceivable material.

Off the Wall   © 

66 cm high x 120 cm wide

Unique

The original is a unique piece in ceramic and polymer plaster.

"Off The Wall" was subsequently cast in bronze (edition of 9) as a maquette intended for a monumental work.

Exhibited at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, in the Palazzo Venier dei Leoni, Venice, 2002, the bronze was showcased as part of "Thinking Big" - Twenty-First Century British Sculpture Exhibition, curated by Tim Marlow, and Wilfred Cass of the Cass Sculpture Foundation.

The Exhibition offered a microscopic view of contemporary British sculpture: 85 small-scale works by artists born in seven different decades of the previous century, produced in every conceivable material.

 Cuckoo’s Nest   ©   94 cm high x 63 cm wide  Unique      

Cuckoo’s Nest   © 

94 cm high x 63 cm wide

Unique

 

 

  Cirque   ©   98 cm high x 77 cm wide   Unique   

 Cirque   ©

 98 cm high x 77 cm wide

 Unique

 

 Comme ci Comme ca II   © 88 cm high x 50 cm wide Unique  Proposed by the artist for the site previously occupied by Henry Moore's Arch on Battleston Hill, RHS Garden Wisley, Surrey, England. Pending.               

Comme ci Comme ca II   ©
88 cm high x 50 cm wide
Unique

Proposed by the artist for the site previously occupied by Henry Moore's Arch on Battleston Hill, RHS Garden Wisley, Surrey, England. Pending.

 

 

 

 

 

 Comme ci Comme ca   ©  100 cm high x 35 cm wide  Unique

Comme ci Comme ca   ©

100 cm high x 35 cm wide

Unique

 Moondance   ©    120 cm high x 50 cm wide  Unique

Moondance   ©  

120 cm high x 50 cm wide

Unique

 Letting Go   ©   55 cm high x 60 cm wide approx.  Unique

Letting Go   © 

55 cm high x 60 cm wide approx.

Unique

 Les Escaliers   ©   66 cm high x 43 cm wide  Unique  Exibited Royal British Society of Sculptors, London, Annual Show.

Les Escaliers   © 

66 cm high x 43 cm wide

Unique

Exibited Royal British Society of Sculptors, London, Annual Show.

  Loop de Loop   ©     80 cm high x 45 cm wide approx.   Unique

 Loop de Loop   ©  

 80 cm high x 45 cm wide approx.

 Unique

 Off the Wall ll   ©  110 cm high x 125 cm wide  Unique  Commissioned for the Taylor Wessing Headquarters Atrium, London.

Off the Wall ll   ©

110 cm high x 125 cm wide

Unique

Commissioned for the Taylor Wessing Headquarters Atrium, London.

 Le Bateau Lavoir   ©   100 cm high x 70 cm wide  Unique  “Le Bateau Lavoir”  is a take on ‘The Laundry Boat’ – the artist studio by the same name, used by Picasso and his contemporaries in Montmartre, Paris. This was a dilapidated, precarious building nicknamed because it swayed like the laundry boats on the River Seine. The elegant forms are bed sheets, not sails.  Exhibited, The Gallery in Cork Street, London, Solo Show, 2012

Le Bateau Lavoir   ©


100 cm high x 70 cm wide

Unique

“Le Bateau Lavoir”  is a take on ‘The Laundry Boat’ – the artist studio by the same name, used by Picasso and his contemporaries in Montmartre, Paris. This was a dilapidated, precarious building nicknamed because it swayed like the laundry boats on the River Seine. The elegant forms are bed sheets, not sails.

Exhibited, The Gallery in Cork Street, London, Solo Show, 2012

  Tic-Tac   ©   90 cm high x 67 cm wide.   Unique      

 Tic-Tac   ©

 90 cm high x 67 cm wide.

 Unique

 

 

 Flight of the Langoustine  ©    110 cm high x 80 cm wide  Unique  The robust, yet spectral figures are challenged by the confines of their environment and are the embodiment of release or exodus – in this instance, from an unlikely, reclaimed steel lobster pot, fortuitously washed-up on the beach outside one of Pierre’s early studios...   
 Flight of the Langoustine  ©    110 cm high x 80 cm wide  Unique  “Flight of the Langoustine” has been awarded a place on The Hove Plinth, Hove Promenade, South East Coast, England, as part of its inaugural commissioning programme.  It will be realised in bronze and steel, 4 metres high x 3 metres wide.  Work in progress. For more information about the project   View Journal
 Wazo   ©   100 cm high x 110 cm wide  Unique  "Wazo" (oiseau) occupies the air like a like a flock of birds. The sculpture is spatial and dynamic; classic in its approach, echoing the simple figurative power of say, a Grecian frieze but with the edginess of contemporary dance choreography.  It was proposed by the artist for the London 2012 Olympic South East of England Sculpture Commission, though has yet to be realised on a monumental scale.   
 Off the Wall   ©   66 cm high x 120 cm wide  Unique  The original is a unique piece in ceramic and polymer plaster.  "Off The Wall" was subsequently cast in bronze (edition of 9) as a maquette intended for a monumental work.  Exhibited at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, in the Palazzo Venier dei Leoni, Venice, 2002, the bronze was showcased as part of "Thinking Big" - Twenty-First Century British Sculpture Exhibition, curated by Tim Marlow, and Wilfred Cass of the  Cass Sculpture Foundation.   The Exhibition offered a microscopic view of contemporary British sculpture: 85 small-scale works by artists born in seven different decades of the previous century, produced in every conceivable material.
 Cuckoo’s Nest   ©   94 cm high x 63 cm wide  Unique      
  Cirque   ©   98 cm high x 77 cm wide   Unique   
 Comme ci Comme ca II   © 88 cm high x 50 cm wide Unique  Proposed by the artist for the site previously occupied by Henry Moore's Arch on Battleston Hill, RHS Garden Wisley, Surrey, England. Pending.               
 Comme ci Comme ca   ©  100 cm high x 35 cm wide  Unique
 Moondance   ©    120 cm high x 50 cm wide  Unique
 Letting Go   ©   55 cm high x 60 cm wide approx.  Unique
 Les Escaliers   ©   66 cm high x 43 cm wide  Unique  Exibited Royal British Society of Sculptors, London, Annual Show.
  Loop de Loop   ©     80 cm high x 45 cm wide approx.   Unique
 Off the Wall ll   ©  110 cm high x 125 cm wide  Unique  Commissioned for the Taylor Wessing Headquarters Atrium, London.
 Le Bateau Lavoir   ©   100 cm high x 70 cm wide  Unique  “Le Bateau Lavoir”  is a take on ‘The Laundry Boat’ – the artist studio by the same name, used by Picasso and his contemporaries in Montmartre, Paris. This was a dilapidated, precarious building nicknamed because it swayed like the laundry boats on the River Seine. The elegant forms are bed sheets, not sails.  Exhibited, The Gallery in Cork Street, London, Solo Show, 2012
  Tic-Tac   ©   90 cm high x 67 cm wide.   Unique      

Flight of the Langoustine  ©  

110 cm high x 80 cm wide

Unique

The robust, yet spectral figures are challenged by the confines of their environment and are the embodiment of release or exodus – in this instance, from an unlikely, reclaimed steel lobster pot, fortuitously washed-up on the beach outside one of Pierre’s early studios...

 

Flight of the Langoustine  ©  

110 cm high x 80 cm wide

Unique

“Flight of the Langoustine” has been awarded a place on The Hove Plinth, Hove Promenade, South East Coast, England, as part of its inaugural commissioning programme.

It will be realised in bronze and steel, 4 metres high x 3 metres wide.

Work in progress. For more information about the project View Journal

Wazo   © 

100 cm high x 110 cm wide

Unique

"Wazo" (oiseau) occupies the air like a like a flock of birds. The sculpture is spatial and dynamic; classic in its approach, echoing the simple figurative power of say, a Grecian frieze but with the edginess of contemporary dance choreography.

It was proposed by the artist for the London 2012 Olympic South East of England Sculpture Commission, though has yet to be realised on a monumental scale.

 

Off the Wall   © 

66 cm high x 120 cm wide

Unique

The original is a unique piece in ceramic and polymer plaster.

"Off The Wall" was subsequently cast in bronze (edition of 9) as a maquette intended for a monumental work.

Exhibited at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, in the Palazzo Venier dei Leoni, Venice, 2002, the bronze was showcased as part of "Thinking Big" - Twenty-First Century British Sculpture Exhibition, curated by Tim Marlow, and Wilfred Cass of the Cass Sculpture Foundation.

The Exhibition offered a microscopic view of contemporary British sculpture: 85 small-scale works by artists born in seven different decades of the previous century, produced in every conceivable material.

Cuckoo’s Nest   © 

94 cm high x 63 cm wide

Unique

 

 

 Cirque   ©

 98 cm high x 77 cm wide

 Unique

 

Comme ci Comme ca II   ©
88 cm high x 50 cm wide
Unique

Proposed by the artist for the site previously occupied by Henry Moore's Arch on Battleston Hill, RHS Garden Wisley, Surrey, England. Pending.

 

 

 

 

 

Comme ci Comme ca   ©

100 cm high x 35 cm wide

Unique

Moondance   ©  

120 cm high x 50 cm wide

Unique

Letting Go   © 

55 cm high x 60 cm wide approx.

Unique

Les Escaliers   © 

66 cm high x 43 cm wide

Unique

Exibited Royal British Society of Sculptors, London, Annual Show.

 Loop de Loop   ©  

 80 cm high x 45 cm wide approx.

 Unique

Off the Wall ll   ©

110 cm high x 125 cm wide

Unique

Commissioned for the Taylor Wessing Headquarters Atrium, London.

Le Bateau Lavoir   ©


100 cm high x 70 cm wide

Unique

“Le Bateau Lavoir”  is a take on ‘The Laundry Boat’ – the artist studio by the same name, used by Picasso and his contemporaries in Montmartre, Paris. This was a dilapidated, precarious building nicknamed because it swayed like the laundry boats on the River Seine. The elegant forms are bed sheets, not sails.

Exhibited, The Gallery in Cork Street, London, Solo Show, 2012

 Tic-Tac   ©

 90 cm high x 67 cm wide.

 Unique

 

 

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