Pascal Pierme was born in St. Raphael, France. He lives and works in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Pierme creates minimalist sculptures out of multiple mediums that help him work out puzzles related to balance, movement, inquiry, architecture and nature.
The artist cites his grandfather with his fragrant woodshop as an early inspiration. Through him he learned how to be one hundred percent responsible for creating something from A-Z. Pierme studied Art History and Technique in St. Raphael, France and the Airgraph Technique in San Diego, California. He has participated in hundreds of exhibitions throughout the United States, France and Switzerland.
His work has been commissioned privately by the likes of Pierre Cardin, Carol Burnett, Marriott Hotels and the Equifax World Headquarters among others. Pierme is interested in assimilating what is not supposed to fit—the combination of contrasting elements through a metaphorical chemistry. He composes elements into a moment and “freezes” it, therefore capturing a split second of evolution.
save the date: Dec 15
Book signing: Origines + Life
We are pleased to present Pascal Pierme's 200+ page coffee table book Origines + Life, which we co-produced with another gallery.
If you have purchased a work by Pascal Pierme from us, please contact us for a complimentary copy of the book.
We will host a book signing at our Palm Springs showroom on Friday, December 15th and the monograph will be available to purchase for $85 + tax at that event.
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Video of "Origines Antipodes 16" in our Village Court Gallery.
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more about this artist
Pascal Pierme was born in St. Raphael, France.
Pascal Pierme is a Frenchman who settled in Santa Fe, New Mexico USA in 1997 after gaining a European reputation as a promising young sculptor. He accomplished several solo exhibitions in France and Switzerland, and worked on collaborative projects alongside creative giants such as Pierre Cardin. Pierme cites his Grandfather – an exceptional woodworker, as well as a painter – as an early inspiration. “The idea to be 100% responsible for creating something from A to Z amazed me.” Pierme recalls. “The scent of his studio was also a big attraction. The fragrance of multiple woods combined with turpentine and linseed oil created a magical space.”
Pierme himself has since become known as a master of medium. However, if asked what he values in art, he will reply, “THE IDEA. That is it.” Though teasingly nicknamed “Picasso” at a very early age, due to rampant creativity, Pierme has never been comfortable identifying himself an artist. That is for others to decide. He is, however, aware that he has prolific creative tendencies. He is a man who does not “feel good” unless he is making.
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