Creative process

If the soul had a face, this face might be the female face of the large bronzes created by the artist Lussou.
Majestic figures on which we like to project ourselves.

Creative process

If the soul had a face, this face might be the female face of the large bronzes created by the artist Lussou.
Majestic figures on which we like to project ourselves.

Sources of inspiration

Verticality


The ascending line is the language favoured by Lussou to express the impulses that transport us, to reflect what is deepest, most secret and most true within us: spirituality. In her quest, she elongates and refines curves and bodies, plays with empty space and full space,and invents new balances. Her works enthral and beguile. Extremely stylised, her works are accessible to all peoples, all civilizations and all religions, and attract fans from all continents because they share a simple universal essence.

Vitality


By shaping clay, smoothing her faces, developing the perfect shapes of her spirals, Lussou questions herself, and is filled with wonder. Guided by music, she listens to the stories, the tales of a past or future life that her characters tell her. Her need for renewal is essential: she needs to constantly experiment with form and sensory experiences. She brings together the rough and the smooth. She combines a certain stripping down with the art of more realistic detail. She appreciates contrast: contrast in size, from the monumental to the very small; contrast in touch, from the fluidity of wax for her bronzes, through to the harshness of clay or chasing metal.

Humanity


In her sculptures where the purified figurative blends with the symbolic, the human being is a prominent feature. The human being is part of the harmony of nature and the universe. Lussou’s characters express and impose confidence. Her works are not works you install, but works we meet, works we bring into our lives.

Categories of Design

Figurative or abstract, always refined and symbolic,
Lussou develops her art around three main design lines:

Large bronzes

The Allegories. A haughty and pure forehead, high cheekbones, a sensual mouth and unusually deep almond-shaped eyes, with a combination of detachment and serenity – her large bronze female figures with refined silhouettes are the guardians of time and of their emotions. Both meditative and receptive, they alone occupy the space with grace and determination. Twelve of each figure can be made at the Chapon Art Foundry in Paris.

Large bronzes

The Allegories. A haughty and pure forehead, high cheekbones, a sensual mouth and unusually deep almond-shaped eyes, with a combination of detachment and serenity – her large bronze female figures with refined silhouettes are the guardians of time and of their emotions. Both meditative and receptive, they alone occupy the space with grace and determination. Twelve of each figure can be made at the Chapon Art Foundry in Paris.

The Spirals

Because of its sublime balance based on the golden ratio, the spiral represents an endlessly renewed source of work. The spiral is a universal key to generating a limitless sculptural creation: voids outline space, support and accentuate the fullness of curved lines.

Small collections of unique pieces

Designed like jewellery, which play on movement, humour or poetry, and are renewed as soon as they take flight. These unique pieces are arranged in collections, according to the inspiration of the moment.

Small unique pieces

Designed like jewellery, which play on movement, humour or poetry, and are renewed as soon as they take flight. These unique pieces are arranged in collections, according to the inspiration of the moment.

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