When you are closer to nature, and have more time to think or hear the breath of the planet and its true voice, then so many things like friendship and every kind of relationship begin to matter again.
Jean-Bernard Germe creates his wooden sculptures in Amiens, in the north of France, where Jules Verne once lived. He draws his own models which he then cut out with a scroll saw, by using different types of wood like walnut, maple, beech, oak, etc. He favors simple and immediate forms — and periods when lots of ideas come, often by chance, at the same time.
The result is a series of characters populating a fantastic world that is still worth living in.
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