Peter Jacquemyn - Drawing First
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“I draw every day.
Every morning begins with a sketch.
Drawing and sculpting are closely related activities.
A chain saw works almost just as flexibly as a stroke of a pen;
with my saw machine I draw in three dimensions.
I am a drawer in everything I do.”
– Peter Jacquemyn
Peter Jacquemyn (°1963) is a multitalented artist who has been drawing, sculpting, making music, and performing for forty years. This book showcases his sketches, drawings, and sculptures from the latest years, depicting birds and people: lovers and sufferers, dancers and deceased, insurgents and homeless. He brings them to life on paper with just a few strokes of a pencil or sets them free from tree trunks using a chain saw. The way he works is spontaneous and pinpoint sharp. Seemingly brute, but at the same time vulnerable and playful, with intuition as his compass.
|Size:||215 x 280 mm|
|Language:||EN / NL|
|Number of pages:||176|