Michel Cornu

About

Michel Cornu (1957), is a painter and engraver. He was born in the town of Nancy, which is in the eastern of France. From a young age He has developed a particular sensitivity and consciousness regarding his own emotions. He started drawing alone, or as he points out “confidentially.” In the 80s, the artist met the Japanese master of abstract art, Osamu Yamazaki, who resides in the country. They worked together for three years and Cornu recalls his teaching as “the passport to create and work in relation to movement.” After studying painting, he worked with ink and explored other techniques without neglecting his work as a painter. In Cornu’s work, the variety of materials and disciplines are at the service of his deepest perception about life and art.

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