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Casque de motard - croquis01 Drawing

Romain Héjé

France

Drawing, Charcoal on Paper

Size: 8.3 W x 11.7 H x 0.1 D in

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This stripped helmet does reveal the kind of beauty that any object related to mankind has, and yet it was an industrial product at the beginning... In this rough sketch it does not look so anymore. You can surely get a better result with a computer based drawing program, but i like to deal with the balance between the size of the object you are looking at drawing, how far you are from it, the size of your drawing sheet, and the way you stand by it, (the model), these physical aspects and the involvement from space in the process, which you do not get with your pad and virtual pencil. In this particular drawing you get that expression of the object trying to fight its way on this small size paper (21 x 29,7cm) without loosing its monumentality. The charcoal is fixed on the paper (120gr) from the back of the drawing through capillarity with a very fluid kind of varnish based on safflower oil for artists.

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Drawing:Charcoal on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:8.3 W x 11.7 H x 0.1 D in

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"Dyslexie, dysorthographie, dyscalculie..." was what i used to hear when i was a child, which drove me to a "Libre école Rudolf Steiner" where i had a very good time learning and dealing with drawing, painting, wood working, knitting...in a very genuine way. It was never called :"ART", but who cares ? The topic back then had more to do with the Cosmos, vitality, energetic fields, rythm, grows, states of minds, of evolution, self-control, harmony and balance, elements that i kept in mind as i became an artist. Later, i got a BA and a MA of art from the royal College of Arts and design London (1989) but getting "on the ball" is another story. My first commitment was with sculpture in free open spaces. I moved then to abstract painting bringing this habit of "making things" in the process of painting. Recently i got acquainted to figurative painting for its political aspect, the need to respond in a more concrete way to our troubled times.

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