Jean Larue

Jean La Rue has always painted and drawn, or almost. This passion came from his teenage years, in fact, because he initially wanted to become an architect. This may also explain his singular way of structuring the pictorial space of the canvas, of the sheet of paper on which he traces proactive forms with each other, in metaphorical constructions building dynamic and poetic structures.
This passionate person expresses himself through a quiet and constant fire. Patiently, he made his artistic journey through observation and experience.

Text taken from: Jean La Rue, The paths of creation, Robert Bernier
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