With this series of monochrome feather art works entitled "Surfaces", the artist plays the material off against light to engage our senses around the issues of hunting trophies and wounds.
Surface BlancheeJulien Vermeulen
The soft and fluffy appearance of the work, similar to fur, does not make us forget the theme of injury specific to the "Surfaces" series. It is found in this panel through the almost imperceptible change in texture, evoking healing. Paradox of healing, the change of material plays on more volume, like a puffiness, and more softness, like a new layer of skin.
With Black Ocean, a decorative panel, the artist continues his series of monochrome feathers. The sparkling reflections and the movement of the feathers plunge us into the myth of Icarus.
Like a sunset illuminating the deep blacks of the feather, this panel by artist Julien Vermeulen continues the series dedicated to the myth of Icarus.