Vincent Bouillat (b. 1953)
|The Cat (fragment), 2006|
Photography by Refael Bayer
use a variety of materials to make their sculptures: clay, stone, wood,
bone, glass, metal. Some mold short-life creations from sand, while
others cut them out of ice.
Vincent Bouillat, a contemporary French artist, creates his funny animals out of canvas. First he makes a wire structure (a
skeleton) and then he stretches canvas over it, giving the fabric a
variety of curves. When the sculpture is ready, the artist paints it in
white. Black or dark-brown eyes give his creations a special charm.