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Charles Nadeau

Gatherer of Poetry

Forms, Volume and Space

“In nature, everything always has a purpose. If you understand this purpose, you no longer need experience.” – Leonardo Da Vinci

Charles Nadeau has earthly hands and an eye imbued with poetry. Hands that directly connect with clay, wood and stone. He has always been aware of it. But the man has only given free rein to his creativity over the past twenty years, the hazards of life inevitably leading towards one’s ultimate destiny.

Having studied in the fields of Industrial Relations and Political Sciences at Laval University, the man has now retired from a lengthy career in the hotel industry. He is henceforth polishing shapes that allow him to reach the pinnacle of his personal fulfilment. A passion entwined with bohemian romanticism that forever inhabited him, until the appropriate moment.

Fish, bronze 1/8, 18 cm (L) x 5 cm (W) x 13 cm (H)

Fish, bronze 1/8, 18 cm (L) x 5 cm (W) x 13 cm (H)

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Text by Michel Bois


Galerie Abel Badeau : 1499, rue Provancher, Cap-Rouge, Qc 418-262-7230

www.cestuncharles.com

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