Saturday, October 17, 2009

Phillippe Faraut

Philippe Faraut is a figurative artist specializing in life-size portrait sculptures and monumental stone sculptures. His media of choice are water-based clay and marble.

From his extensive research of the human face he developed a technique of modeling the portrait that he shares with his sculpting students during his numerous sculpting classes and seminars taught throughout the US. In order to assist his students, Philippe has created a set of sculpting supplies, an instructional sculpting video series and two sculpting books detailing his process for portraiture in clay. Artists in fields such as sculpture, forensic reconstruction, illustration, art education and film and theater utilize his three-dimensional masks as reference for the aging process and in-depth studies of expression.

As an award-winning stone sculptor specializing in representational art, Philippe feels that the renewed interest and willingness of artists to return to the study of the human form has the potential to bring back to our society an appreciation for traditional beauty.

1 comment:

milind said...

i feel realiee fortunate to find some great sculpture work here !absolutely stunning sculpture art.