« Comme à l’Atelier » with Jean-Luc Céléreau de Clercq
Date : 4th March to 4 April 2021
Location : 9, rue Freycinet – 75016 Paris
“COMME À L’ATELIER” (JUST LIKE AS THE WORKSHOP) BY CLOTILDE WIACEK : AN ALTERNATIVE TO THE WORLD OF TRADITIONAL ART GALLERY
Jean-Luc Céléreau de Clercq
A Visual Artist – Fundamental Aesthetics through figurative painting.
Jean-Luc Céléreau de Clercq is a Visual Artist, Architect and Designer by training.
He acquired his artistic studies at ESAM, from 1977 to 1980 with two Masters of painting of the twentieth century. Michel Sementzeff transmits poetry to him through drawing, Jean Langlois takes him to the search for fundamental aesthetics through figurative painting.
Seen by Pierre Benoit Roux La Condamine, from the Maison des Artistes
Combination of Ancient Art with Modernity
JLCdeC’s work is a dialogue between the immediacy of movement and its poetic sensibility.
Each of his creations translates into an emotional language, the perception of his environment
with a writing that combines Ancient Art with Modernity.
Founded on a contemplative reading, we perceive in his work an aesthetic research where
the form is sufficient in itself. His work is precise figurative and punctuated with sensuality.
Science of modeling and additive manufacturing
Jean-Luc Céléreau de Clercq explores the science of modeling and additive manufacturing, he associates charcoal drawing with the stylus of his graphic tablet, he opposes natural pigment to oil paint, he offers his creations to both their character and their quivering flexibility.
The Art to sublimate the woman – Timeless and sensory markers of the story
Jean-Luc Céléreau de Clercq has the ability to sublimate the woman in a few features. Its creative force is this alchemy generated by the resonance of light with the matter.
Depending on the artistic subject he undertakes to work, JLCdeC chooses to express himself according to the techniques he masters: sculpture, drawing, painting, decor, multimedia, photography.
He sees artistic creation as one of the only timeless and sensory markers of the story.