Like a Japanese Haiku, clear cuts of the knife slip gently through time and matter. Gestures without return sublimated by an intense, vibrant, deep color. A single cut, resembles a life, as an action inscribed in time from which we cannot return.
It is an impression, a trace of time frozen in matter forever. Polygons, like different facets of our lives and images of ourselves, are the reaction of perception and the relationship it embodies.
The duration of a life is but an insignificant interval in the infinite course of time.
ピーターと剣 - Eiji Yoshikawa
A clay meeting
The Diamond ceramic collection was realized on the French Riviera in Giens. The clay once carved, is baked then glazed to capture the perfect unicolor.
It is the know-how of the artist and his discovery of a new technique with the result being a unique and intimate collection, a personal introspection of a medium revisited.