Philippe Faraut

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Philippe Faraut

ARC Living Master TM

French 21st Century Realist teacher, sculptor, furniture designer and woodcarver

https://philippefaraut.com/

info@philippefaraut.com

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The Art Critic

2008

Earthenware clay

33 cms | 13 ins

Private collection, ,

Barbadosed

Bronze

68.6 x 35.6 x 30.5 cms | 27 x 14 x 12 ins

Private collection, ,

2009-2010 Salon

  • Finalist / Sculpture

Ward

Earthenware clay

40.6 x 27.9 x 20.3 cms | 16 x 11 x 8 ins

Private collection, ,

2007 Salon

  • Finalist / Sculpture

Zimbabwe

Earthenware

50.8 x 58.4 x 33 cms | 20 x 23 x 13 ins

Private collection, ,

2005 Salon

  • First Place ($2,500) / Sculpture

La Nuit des Temps

The Night of Times

Carrara marble

55.9 x 38.1 x 33 cms | 22 x 15 x 13 ins

Private collection, ,

2005 Salon

  • Honorable Mention / Sculpture

Senegal

Black marble with inlaid eyes

53.3 x 40.6 x 30.5 cms | 21 x 16 x 12 ins

Private collection, ,

2005 Salon

  • Finalist

One of These Days

2005

Earthenware clay

44.5 x 33 cms | 17 1/2 x 13 ins

Private collection, ,

2007 Salon

  • Finalist / Sculpture

Nuit Blanche

2011

Clay

91.4 x 35.6 x 35.6 cms | 36 x 14 x 14 ins

Private collection, ,

2010-2011 Salon

  • Honorable Mention / Sculpture

Rites of the Bacchante

2011

Earthenware clay

48.3 x 61 x 27.9 cms | 19 x 24 x 11 ins

Private collection, ,

2011-2012 Salon

  • Honorable Mention / Sculpture

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PHILIPPE FARAUT received his degree in woodcarving and the construction of French fine furniture from Germain Sommeillier in Annecy, France, his boyhood home. An avid traveler, Philippe's destinations have allowed him the opportunity to study the cultures of many countries in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Caribbean, thus influencing his work in portraiture. After establishing residence in the US in 1992, he developed an interest in modeling the head in clay.


Philippe has created numerous original works ranging from six-inch porcelain figurines to monuments in both stone and bronze. He has exhibited his sculptures in various galleries and national competitions including several of the National Sculpture Society's Annual Exhibitions shown in New York City and Brookgreen Gardens, South Carolina, as well as the American Portrait Society's Annual Exhibit in New York City and the Art Renewal Center's Annual Competition.

During the past twenty years, Philippe has taught seminars on modeling the head and figure in clay throughout the United States, Canada and France at private studios and institutions such as the Longview Museum of Fine Art in Texas and the Grand Central Academy in New York City.

Together with his wife Charisse, the couple has made Philippe's techniques available to students in the form of video productions, in addition to a series of instructional text books.

Productions:
The Art of Sculpting DVD Volume 1: Children
The Art of Sculpting DVD Volume 2: Expression
The Art of Sculpting DVD Volume 3: Men
Techniques of Sculpture: Geometry in the Clay Portrait

Techniques of Sculpture: Torsos in Clay

Techniques of Sculpture: Hands & Feet

Publications:
Book 1: Portrait Sculpting: Anatomy & Expressions in Clay
Book 2: Mastering Portraiture: Advanced Analyses of the Face Sculpted in Clay

Book 3: Figure Sculpting Volume 1: Planes & Construction Techniques in Clay

Philippe is also a contirbuting author for the following titles:

Le visage sublimé - De chair et d'âme

Surface Decoration: Finishing Techniques



To learn more about the art of Philippe Faraut, please visit www.philippefaraut.com.