This and that,

Sometimes I have no words to describe the what, why and how of some work. Sometimes it feels finish. Sometimes it needs finished. Sometimes I need to pause and stay back. Observe the observing. Parfois, je n’ai pas de mots pour décrire le pourquoi et le comment d’un travail. Parfois, il semble terminé. Parfois, ilContinue reading “This and that,”

Subjectif; Le dédain

Subjective; Disdain The drawings by visual artist Serge Gilles Richard, titled Subjective; Disdain, Salainis, and Entanglement, explore the dark and complex emotions of shame, evil, rejection, and shelter. Presented at la Galerie12 in September 2022, the installation featured the drawings on centred dining tables in a low-lit room, allowing the observer to view the piecesContinue reading “Subjectif; Le dédain”

Oh! grand manitou, voici ton miroir.

Voici une nouvelle œuvre que j’ai commencer plutôt dans l’année et terminer en Octobre 2022. Encore dans les “Jeux d’enfance / Childhood games” et les dynamiques de pouvoirs entre les uns et les autres… du “plaire et apaiser” ou le “Fawning”. Here is a new work I started earlier in the year and finalized itContinue reading “Oh! grand manitou, voici ton miroir.”

La Connivence

La Connivence “La participation à la réalisation d’un crime ou d’un délit, antérieure ou concomitante à l’infraction. Être condamné pour complicité.” The Connivance The Connivance “The willingness to secretly allow or be involved in wrongdoing, especially an immoral or illegal act.”

Jeux d’enfants

When a global shift happens like the war in Ukraine and the recent Covid19 pandemic, hidden messages can emerge or submerge unexpectedly. We use to play war as kids, to be the kings and solders just for fun and interactions but as real life situation hits home, the game seems a lot sombre then imagined.Continue reading “Jeux d’enfants”

Something’s cooking ~

Hey everyone, I don’t post often and I’m a bit of a reclusive artist (if there’s such a term) but I feel it’s time to head out again and tell stories with shapes and forms, nuances and movements. I tend to work with metal, glass and wood but since Ukraine’s war, or rather Russian’s insidiousContinue reading “Something’s cooking ~”

Passing storm

There is natural flow with the intricate variations of intensity and nuances during the passing of a storm. Much like water streaming down a brook contouring it’s bed and boundaries or the aging lines of a sun bleached drift wood, the temperamental currents of a thunderstorm can inspire and delight the muse