RACINE, Pierre (1952)

Pierre Racine, Saluer son Dieu, 2013. Bronze. 35 x 20 x 10 cm. Photo : David Laforge.

Pierre Racine graduated from Concordia University and has taught clay sculpting, casting techniques and stone sculpture at various artists’ centres. He occasionally uses stone, wood, wax and paper pulp, but favours working in bronze to create richly textured, hybrid figures that, while inspired by pre-Columbian art, possess a unique symbolism. Through his artwork, the artist has invented a world filled with whimsical, even magical creatures.

SEE:
« The 1993 International Paper Art Conference : The Truth of the Matter » by Daniel Carrière, ESPACE #26, p. 41.
« Pierre Racine : Paper in Passage (3-D), Maison des arts de Laval, November 11th — December 5th, 1994 » by John K. Grande, ESPACE #31, p. 45.
« Lent vol de roches parcours sculptural, Diane Laurier, Galerie d’art Lionel-Groulx, Ste-Thérèse, octobre 1994 » by Michel Grenier, ESPACE #31, p. 44.