I am happy to now offer you on this site the very last bronze sculpture of the Pink Cat: the “Champichat“. In this sculpture, my character seems asleep, leaning against the foot of a giant mushroom! The sculpture is printed in 8 copies plus 4 artists’ copies. It was made by the Atelier de Fusions Itinérantes and patinated by him. For my part, I did the painter part (the character) and the varnish. There are a few copies left, don’t miss out! Delivery will be free for people living between Nice and Menton, as well as in Monaco.
It is with great pleasure that I received the first copies of my “Champichat“, my very last patinated bronze sculpture. The latter represents the Pink Cat asleep and resting against the feet of a giant mushroom. The sculpture was made by Atelier des Fusioles (formerly Atelier de Fusions Itinérantes). The pink patina of the Cat remains to be expected, but the work can also be ordered as is.
Here is a very nice photo made by Maxime Melnikov (www.photohunter.fr) of my bronze sculpture “Where are you?” available for booking on this site. The dimensions of the work are 16x12x8cm, it was produced in 2019.
Je vous invite à vous rendre sur la page suivante de mon site institutionnel afin d’y découvrir les premières images de la peinture de mon premier bronze, avant finitions et vernissage de l’oeuvre. Cette dernière vous sera bientôt proposée en pré-commande sur ce site.
J’étais cet après-midi à l’Atelier de Fusions Itinérantes afin d’assister à la patine de ma première sculpture en bronze. Un moment émouvant et très intéressant durant lequel j’ai pu en apprendre plus sur les techniques millénaires qui entourent la maîtrise de ce matériaux. Un grand merci à Bastien et Esmeralda pour leur gentillesse.
A relatively exceptional work is in progress concerning the Pink Cat by Jérémy Taburchi, since a founder is currently working on the realization of the artist’s first bronze sculpture. It will be a print run in 8 numbered and signed copies of his sculpture “Allo t Où?”, Plus 4 copies by artists. Thanks to the Itinerant Mergers Workshop which is currently working on the project.
We knew the work of Jérémy Taburchi on the subject with his “Cougourdons 3D” printed in 3D on his printer. The result was a plastic cougour, with a satin appearance, and produced in white or pink tones. Here he is improving the technique by now offering Cougourdons from Nice printed in 3D “metal”. The objects in the end are made of solid aluminum and are gilded with fine gold. A good gift idea for calabash collectors, while waiting for the famous Cougourdons Festival 2019 in the Gardens of Cimiez. Who does not have his Cougourde is not nissart!