Artwork

Pascal Pierme

2 Days Land, 2019

Pascal Pierme

2 Days Land, 2019

mixed media

44 x 90 in (111.76 x 228.60 cm)

$14,500

Attitude 2, 2019

Pascal Pierme

Attitude 2, 2019

mixed media

16 x 16 x 2 in (40.64 x 40.64 x 5.08 cm)

$1,800

Attitude 3, 2019

Pascal Pierme

Attitude 3, 2019

mixed media

16 x 16 x 3 in (40.64 x 40.64 x 7.62 cm)

$1,800

Attitudes a Trois 1, 2019

Pascal Pierme

Attitudes a Trois 1, 2019

mixed media

20 x 64 x 2 in (50.80 x 162.56 x 5.08 cm)

$6,200

Blue Line On Me 1, 2018

Pascal Pierme

Blue Line On Me 1, 2018

mixed media

30 x 30 in (76.20 x 76.20 cm)

$5,500

Blue on Her 4, 2018

Pascal Pierme

Blue on Her 4, 2018

mixed media

40 x 40 in (101.60 x 101.60 cm)

$7,200

Dream Catcher 2, 2018

Pascal Pierme

Dream Catcher 2, 2018

mahogany

58 x 20 x 20 in (147.32 x 50.80 x 50.80 cm)

$10,800

Kaliyuha Verve 1, 2019

Pascal Pierme

Kaliyuha Verve 1, 2019

mahogany

20 x 16 x 6 in (50.80 x 40.64 x 15.24 cm)

$4,700

Lamy 1, 2019

Pascal Pierme

Lamy 1, 2019

mixed media

40 x 36 in (101.60 x 91.44 cm)

$7,000

Les Citadines 1, 2019

Pascal Pierme

Les Citadines 1, 2019

mahogany

47 x 20 x 20 in (119.38 x 50.80 x 50.80 cm)

$11,000

Les Origines Earth 11, 2019

Pascal Pierme

Les Origines Earth 11, 2019

mahogany and maple

40 x 83 in (101.60 x 210.82 cm)

$13,500

Les Origines Earth 12, 2019

Pascal Pierme

Les Origines Earth 12, 2019

mahogany

46 x 90 in (116.84 x 228.60 cm)

$14,500

Les Origines Evolutives 6, 2019

Pascal Pierme

Les Origines Evolutives 6, 2019

mahogany

36 x 61 in (91.44 x 154.94 cm)

$9,400

Les Origines Verde 1, 2018

Pascal Pierme

Les Origines Verde 1, 2018

mahogany

48 x 49 in (121.92 x 124.46 cm)

$9,600

Light Is Coming 2, 2019

Pascal Pierme

Light Is Coming 2, 2019

mixed media

20 x 62 in (50.80 x 157.48 cm)

$6,200

Moonlight 2, 2019

Pascal Pierme

Moonlight 2, 2019

mixed media

44 x 44 in (111.76 x 111.76 cm)

$8,200

Noir On Me 2, 2019

Pascal Pierme

Noir On Me 2, 2019

mixed media

36 x 60 in (91.44 x 152.40 cm)

$9,200

Origines AMA, 2019

Pascal Pierme

Origines AMA, 2019

mahogany

48 x 48 in (121.92 x 121.92 cm)

$9,600

Pallo 2 (8/1), 2016

Pascal Pierme

Pallo 2 (8/1), 2016

steel

66 x 36 x 18 in (167.64 x 91.44 x 45.72 cm)

$21,600

Petite Aclair 2/25, 2019

Pascal Pierme

Petite Aclair 2/25, 2019

steel

14 x 16 x 3 in (35.56 x 40.64 x 7.62 cm)

$3,600

Petite Confidence 8/25, 2018

Pascal Pierme

Petite Confidence 8/25, 2018

steel

16.50 x 18.50 x 4 in (41.91 x 46.99 x 10.16 cm)

$3,600

Petits  Secrets 18, 2019

Pascal Pierme

Petits Secrets 18, 2019

mahogany

34 x 24 in (86.36 x 60.96 cm)

$4,800

Piccolo Blue Origines 2, 2019

Pascal Pierme

Piccolo Blue Origines 2, 2019

poplar

15 x 16 in (38.10 x 40.64 cm)

$1,800

Piccolo Origines 4, 2019

Pascal Pierme

Piccolo Origines 4, 2019

walnut

12 x 15 in (30.48 x 38.10 cm)

$1,600

Rose on Me 4, 2019

Pascal Pierme

Rose on Me 4, 2019

mixed media

20 x 20 in (50.80 x 50.80 cm)

$2,800

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Pascal Pierme
Pascal Pierme is a Frenchman who settled in Santa Fe in 1997. Prior to that time, he had gained a European reputation as a promising young sculptor. He fielded a series of solo exhibitions in France and Switzerland, and worked on collaborative projects with Pierre Cardin and others. Pascal's career has blossomed in America. He has been awarded several commissions for large-scale installations. Galleries and collectors alike have responded to the simplicity of his approach, which balances geometric abstraction with organic form. There is an undertone of symbolism as well, a hieroglyphic shorthand that hints at other visual languages. Pascal was influenced from a very young age by his grandfather, a wood sculptor. It was from him that Pascal developed his love for wood and his passion for working with it. He creates an extraordinary range of abstract meditations that seem to arise directly from the material itself, rather than from a conscious plan. He has an extraordinary rapport with his materials, concocting his own varnishes and resins as well as creating bronze-like patinas on non-metallic surfaces. He works with a variety of precious woods and creates sculptures that express the texture, aroma, and strength of each. He considers wood to be a feminine material - warm, colorful, full of surprises, and not always easy to control. Therefore, many of his sculptures have a feminine cast, with elegantly swelling contours and subtle curves. Conversely, he sometimes works with more angular, masculine themes, such as his Fleche (Arrow) series, and the wood responds with a robust presence. Pascal's technique is interactive. Each work of art is characterized by a graceful balance, a meticulous attention to detail. Even as he carves and burnishes, he allows the piece to guide him. "Wood has its own intelligence," he says. "It knows many things, and it teaches them to me. In this way, I understand what I want to do with it, so that the final image reflects its innate qualities as well as my own thoughts and feelings.” - Pascal
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