Philippe Faraut, 1963 ~ Figurative sculptor
Philippe Faraut is a figurative artist specializing in life-size portrait sculptures and monumental stone sculptures. His media of choice are water-based clay and marble. From his extensive research of the human face he developed a technique of modeling the portrait that he shares with his sculpting students during his numerous sculpting classes and seminars taught throughout the US. In order to assist his students,
Whimsical characters by artist Unskilled Worker appear on a new collection to launch exclusively on Gucci.com.
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"I love the feeling of the cold, wet clay under my fingers. It gives me a sense of connection with the Earth. I start my work with a lump of clay and some vague idea in my head . As my work...
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