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John-Paul Philippe, "Untitled", table top abstract steel sculpture on wood base
By John-Paul Philippe
Located in Glenview, IL
"Untitled" is an abstract steel sculpture on a wood base by New York based contemporary artist John-Paul Philippe. The artist was born in 1955 and began his career as a painter.Due t...
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1990s American Modern John-Paul Philippe Art

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Steel

Study for Sculptures (three paintings), Oil Paintings by John-Paul Philippe
By John-Paul Philippe
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Jean-Paul Philippe, American (1955 - ) Title: Untitled (Grey, Red, and Blue) Medium: Three Oil Paintings mounted on fabric, signed verso Size: 26 x 23.5 in. (66.04 x 59.69 cm...
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1980s Modern John-Paul Philippe Art

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Oil

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CANDELABRUM I
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The John Paul Philippe (Jean-Paul Philippe) Candelabrum I is a black minimalist contemporary sculpture piece made of steel and wax that measures 15 x 6 and is priced at $900. Artist Statement I approach every architectural, landscape and interiors project as a site-specific installation, where I synthesize the atmosphere of the location with the practical needs for the space. For the last ten years I have adapted my style of painting to a long list of architectural and sculptural projects around the world. With each new location I try to apply my art in ways that organically unifies and enhances the space. I work with a wide array of materials, often steel and wood, sometimes paper, glass and plastics. I am accustomed to working, from start to finish, alongside construction crews and architects to make sure the installation process is coherent with the intent of the artwork. All of my designs begin as drawings. Even if I am about to create a three-story structure of glass and steel, I begin as though I were making a painting. The organic forms in my paintings stem from my connection and response to landscape. Even my most abstract works are reactions to my surroundings and retain visual clues to inform the viewer. In all my work I strive to blend the familiar with the abstract in effort to create a lasting impression on the viewer. Education: University of Oklahoma, BFA in Art & Art History, 1978 Exhibitions/Design-releases/Installations: 2013 Exhibit by Aberson Solo show of paintings and sculptures 2013 Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas TX. Solo show of paintings and sculptures 2012 Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas TX. Solo show of paintings and sculptures 2011 Barneys New York, Fukuoka, Japan Permanent installations 2010 Aberson Exhibits Gallery, Tulsa, Oklahoma Solo show of paintings and drawings. West Elm, The John-Paul Philippe Collection, Design Launch Collection of sculptures, paintings, drawings and fabric designs. Barneys New York, Kobe, Japan February Permanent installations: 3-story steel entrance sculpture, interior structural designs & sixteen murals. 2009 Barneys New York, Scottsdale, Arizona Permanent installations: two mounted steel sculptures, two mounted wooden reliefs, eight murals, and various illuminated panel designs. Barneys New York, Chicago, Illinois Permanent installations: 18-foot mounted steel sculpture, mounted kinetic sculpture, various murals and illuminated panel designs. 2008 Kumho Asiana Headquarters, Seoul, South Korea Permanent installations: 3-story steel interior sculpture, 2-story corner sculpture, steel ceiling design. 2007 Barneys New York, Beverly Hills, California Permanent installations: murals, wooden reliefs, illuminated panel designs (handmade and computer). David Maupin Gallery, New York, New York Interior design, Christie Street Gallery, in partnership with Fernando Santangelo. Barneys New York, Las Vegas, Nevada, The Palazzo Permanent installations: etched glass design for façade, murals, wooden reliefs, steel ceiling boarder, illuminated panel designs. Barneys New York, San Francisco, California Permanent installations: exterior sign support design, hanging window treatments, numerous murals,hanging plexi-glass mural, illuminated panel designs. 2006 Barneys New York, Boston, Massachusetts Wooden reliefs, numerous murals, hanging partitions, illuminated panel designs. Barneys New York, Dallas, Texas Permanent installation: 4-story steel entrance sculpture, illuminated panel designs, various murals and hanging partitions. 2005 Barneys New York, Seattle, Washington Permanent installations: Sliding steel barrier gate, various murals, wooden reliefs. 2003 Café J-P, Tokyo, Japan Designed entire restaurant, façade, interior, furniture, lamp-shades, fabrics, plates, menu. 2001 Private Chapel, Dominican Republic Designed a cliff-side chapel with local stone and corals. The small interior is situated over a tidal geyser, 4-month onsite work and construction. 2000 Barneys New York, Ginza, Japan Permanent installations: 47-foot tall steel entrance sculpture, numerous murals, wooden reliefs illuminated panel designs. 1998 Barneys New York, Yokohoma, Japan Permanent installations: murals, wooden reliefs, illuminated panel designs (handmade and computer). 1997 Richard Salmon Gallery, London, England Solo-show, 12 paintings, 2 encaustics. Kettles Yard, Cambridge, United Kingdom “CRAFT” Group show, encaustic on board. 1996 Barneys New York, Shinjuku, Japan Permanent installations: murals, wooden reliefs, illuminated panel designs (handmade and computer). 1995 Arena Gallery, Brooklyn, New York Group show, “Jane Fine...
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