Glass bottle by Jean-Luc Carcin 1990
Blown glass bottle by Jean-Luc Carcin (born in 1954), with yellow, red, green, blue and black polychrome decoration, with its spherical stopper. Signed and dated 90.
Jean-Luc Carcin (born in 1954)
He discovered the art of glass with Jean-Pierre Umbdenstock and went through Claude Morin's workshop. It is illustrated by the use of decoration with very pictorial motifs at the level of the lines, and in saturated colors. His pieces evoke pictorial art, sometimes street art or Jackson Pollock's “dripping” and “all-over” techniques. Landscapes or the notion of ethnic motifs can also punctuate his glass works, which he approaches as a painter approaches his canvases. He also worked at CIRVA, and took charge of the Sars-Poterie workshop in 1987. Source: Center d'Art du Verre museum in Carmaux.
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