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This series of wall sculptures, entitled "Wood 'n steel" is characterized by the combination of wood and steel.
It is symbolic and represents two fundamental stages of human evolution from prehistoric times to the present day.
The first was the use of wood to heat, build shelters, develop the first tools. The second step was the discovery of iron and steel which allowed us to build bigger, higher, to manufacture machines for more performance, speed and increase our work force.
Wood and metal are two materials that I particularly like. The wood is warm and supple but fragile. The steel is cold, rigid but very resistant. Wood is of completely natural origin, steel is a human creation. Everything seems to oppose them, which is why it is interesting to combine them in the same work.
This sculpture is made of pine wood and stainless steel wool lightly tinted with copper paint.
It has two hooks on the back and is ready to hang.

Finally here are some words on my way of working.
I consider that a work of art must remain alive. The artist did not create it to hide it in a drawer or a safe. That's why I always try to keep an aesthetic aspect to my creations. They must be seen and make the happiness and pride of the person who owns it. That's why I pay a lot of attention to the quest for originality and harmony in what I do. These are two major ingredients that make a creation bring something new to all creations of humanity.
Thank you very much for your attention.
This series of wall sculptures, entitled "Wood 'n steel" is characterized by the combination of wood and steel.
It is symbolic and represents two fundamental stages of human evolution from prehistoric times to the present day.
The first was the use of wood to heat, build shelters, develop the first tools. The second step was the discovery of iron and steel which allowed us to build bigger, higher, to manufacture machines for more performance, speed and increase our work force.
Wood and metal are two materials that I particularly like. The wood is warm and supple but fragile. The steel is cold, rigid but very resistant. Wood is of completely natural origin, steel is a human creation. Everything seems to oppose them, which is why it is interesting to combine them in the same work.
This sculpture is made of pine wood and stainless steel wool lightly tinted with copper paint.
It has two hooks on the back and is ready to hang.

Finally here are some words on my way of working.
I consider that a work of art must remain alive. The artist did not create it to hide it in a drawer or a safe. That's why I always try to keep an aesthetic aspect to my creations. They must be seen and make the happiness and pride of the person who owns it. That's why I pay a lot of attention to the quest for originality and harmony in what I do. These are two major ingredients that make a creation bring something new to all creations of humanity.
Thank you very much for your attention.
This series of wall sculptures, entitled "Wood 'n steel" is characterized by the combination of wood and steel.
It is symbolic and represents two fundamental stages of human evolution from prehistoric times to the present day.
The first was the use of wood to heat, build shelters, develop the first tools. The second step was the discovery of iron and steel which allowed us to build bigger, higher, to manufacture machines for more performance, speed and increase our work force.
Wood and metal are two materials that I particularly like. The wood is warm and supple but fragile. The steel is cold, rigid but very resistant. Wood is of completely natural origin, steel is a human creation. Everything seems to oppose them, which is why it is interesting to combine them in the same work.
This sculpture is made of pine wood and stainless steel wool lightly tinted with copper paint.
It has two hooks on the back and is ready to hang.

Finally here are some words on my way of working.
I consider that a work of art must remain alive. The artist did not create it to hide it in a drawer or a safe. That's why I always try to keep an aesthetic aspect to my creations. They must be seen and make the happiness and pride of the person who owns it. That's why I pay a lot of attention to the quest for originality and harmony in what I do. These are two major ingredients that make a creation bring something new to all creations of humanity.
Thank you very much for your attention.
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Thierry Vobmann

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Sculpture, Steel on Wood

Size: 7.9 W x 7.9 H x 2.4 D in

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This series of wall sculptures, entitled "Wood 'n steel" is characterized by the combination of wood and steel. It is symbolic and represents two fundamental stages of human evolution from prehistoric times to the present day. The first was the use of wood to heat, build shelters, develop the first tools. The second step was the discovery of iron and steel which allowed us to build bigger, higher, to manufacture machines for more performance, speed and increase our work force. Wood and metal are two materials that I particularly like. The wood is warm and supple but fragile. The steel is cold, rigid but very resistant. Wood is of completely natural origin, steel is a human creation. Everything seems to oppose them, which is why it is interesting to combine them in the same work. This sculpture is made of pine wood and stainless steel wool lightly tinted with copper paint. It has two hooks on the back and is ready to hang. Finally here are some words on my way of working. I consider that a work of art must remain alive. The artist did not create it to hide it in a drawer or a safe. That's why I always try to keep an aesthetic aspect to my creations. They must be seen and make the happiness and pride of the person who owns it. That's why I pay a lot of attention to the quest for originality and harmony in what I do. These are two major ingredients that make a creation bring something new to all creations of humanity. Thank you very much for your attention.

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Sculpture:Steel on Wood

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:7.9 W x 7.9 H x 2.4 D in

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Thierry Vobmann is a professional French artist who lives in Brittany, the most westerly place on the European continent. In his studio, he creates paintings on canvas and sculptures in wood and metal. For more than ten years, he has devoted himself almost exclusively to abstract painting because he has set himself the goal of expressing everything that does not have a physical appearance such as sounds, smells, warmth, feelings, the wind ... He realized that finally most of the factors that govern our lives and our behavior were not visible but noticeable. Thierry's approach logically was to remove the image of the real to keep only the essential: the pure and universal emotion. During his first year of work in abstract expressionism as this style is commonly called, Thierry has developed his own style which is abstract but in which he slides as often as possible reminiscences of figurative techniques such as perspectives, shadows, lights. He constantly seeks the balance of volumes, textures, colors, movements in order not to disturb the expression of the feeling. His works are not smoothed. They are sometimes violent, colorful, and spicy, but always in order to accentuate the desired expressiveness. During this year of setting up, Thierry totally immersed in the construction of his art, declares that he began to make dreams he said “Sometimes, when I sleep, I receive as a message, a very precise vision of a work to paint. Everything is there, the visual, the title and regularly even the written description of the painting. So I wake up and look for paper and pencil to take notes or sketch because in the morning I will not remember anything. “ Thierry also states that it happened to him, when he was very calm and tired, because Thierry frequently paints at night, to make a painting that once completed, seemed totally foreign to him. He knew he had painted it but, his hand had been guided, at no time had he thought about what he was doing, he had done it. These dreams and the feeling of being assisted in his creation brought Thierry into the search for a universal energy, a vital energy that governs everything we know, that influences our life and our decisions. Thierry's evolution from the representation of the impalpable to universal energy has led him to the experience he is now leading. He seeks to voluntarily connect to these powerful external forces. This is what he calls "Blind painting experiment".

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