Upcycled Frames Turned Wall Sculptures

Lapin aux cuisines

This piece was made while thinking about the people I know who enjoy cooking or baking  and lovingly share what they made with their friends or family.

Dimensions: 10’’ x 8’’ x 1,25’’
Materials: earthenware, upcycled frame, string, metal hardware, adhesive
Photo Credits: Bernard Bourbonnais, Musée Régional de Vaudreuil-Soulanges 
Year : 2016
Musée d'art Lapin
Museums are places where curiosity is welcome, where on can look at life from different perspectives. Creating an artwork that represents a museum to exhibit it inside a museum… was a whimsical way to say that some artists can seem very very serious, but maybe they enjoy playing and having fun too!
 
Dimensions: 16’’ x 20’’ x 2,5’’
Materials: earthenware, upcycled frame, string, adhesive
Photo Credits: Bernard Bourbonnais, Musée Régional de Vaudreuil-Soulanges 
Year : 2016
Traversée vers Nulle-Part et Partout
Where are they going? Where are they coming from? Let your imagination guide them.
 
Dimensions: 20’’x16’’x2’’1/2
Materials: earthenware, upcycled frame, string, metal hardware, glue
Year : 2016