Jean Isnard, is a French sculptor, working in Paris.
He dedicates his combination of technical skills to his artistic creations.
His "Compositions murales" hung on white or painted walls, work with light.
They are a conjunction between material shapes and immaterial shades.
His "Accumulations" , made of bronze, aluminum, painted papier mache or colored synthetic resin look like interlaced loops, like threads playing in space.
His "Numeritudes" are drawn on computer, so Jean can endlessly work and modify the scales, curves, colors and textures.
The computer mouse is then replacing the trowel !
Afterwards, these shapes are realized in resin or aluminum with new technical processes.
The image takes shape with the laser beam. Then Jean carefully sands it down and gives patina to his sculptures.
His work is a unique combination between scientific reseach and traditional development.