"Do not remove a grain of raw material until you are able to replace it with a grain of spirit".
Whatever its aesthetic will, a sculpture is always impressive. It catches the eye, forces respect or rejection, but you cannot miss it, with an indifferent eye as is possible for a bad painting. Is it due to the fact that it is a volume, a full in the emptiness of space, similar in that to the human being or because for a long time it has been an idol, an object of worship, a religious support?
Carving your philosopher's stone, a powerful symbol of life, what extravagance and yet succeeding in creating a shape is each time a surprise, a wonder! The sculpture is presented as an immense site where the unrevealed waits to be, just as our unconscious waits to be cleared in order to bring out the unspoken of our personality.
This sublime art is sometimes a revealer, a tool, a means of accessing a better understanding of oneself. The path of sculpture is neither linear nor in constant progression. The essential step is to see, a sense that we unfortunately have so little developed in our Western education. This requires questioning our sensitivity and our critical mind.