Jean Louis Marmorat

Sans Titre in limestone

1976 marmarat

 

 

Jean Louis Marmorat created an abstract sculpture made of limestone entitled Sans Titre. Marmorat was local to France where he attended three art schools. He has participated in many group exhibitions and continues to make large public sculptures in France.

 

 

 

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Sans Titre

1976 marmorat

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Jean Louis Marmorat

French sculptor, Jean Louis Marmorat, wrote of the International Sculpture Symposium: “Your Sulpture Park… I regard as a great and important idea for this Art.” His sculpture medium is stone and he will be working in limestone during the symposium. Jean Louis has attended three art schools in France. In 1969 and 1970, he attended Ecole Nationale des Beaux Arts et Arts Appliques in Bourges. He went to the Ecole Nationale des Beaux Arts m Dijon for two years and to the Ecole Nationales Superieures des Beaux Arts in Paris for one year. He has participated in group exhibits in Dijon, Sens and Paris. In 1974 he Presented a one man exhibit in Paris. Jean Louis has exhibited at the 28em Salon Realites Nouvelles in Paris, Young Workers’ Center in Beauvais, the 26em Salon of Young Sculpture in Paris and the Salon Realites Nouvelles in Clermont and Ferrand. During 1975, he exhibited at the salon of Young Sculpture in Paris and at the Salon de la Jeune Sculpture in Marnes la Vallee. Other shows that same Year included the 29em Salont Realite Realites Nouvelles, “Contradiction” at the American Center for Students and Artists in Paris and the Panorama of 1975 Sculpture at Chateau dee Trembley. He received a medal for “Monnaie de Paris.” Besides the International Sculpture symposium, he has been invited to attend numerous exhibits in 1976. These include Fon Dazione Pagani at the Museum of Modern Art in Milano and the Lions’ International Exhibit in Paris. Marmorat is one of eighteen sculptors who will be staying with local families during the International Sculpture Symposium, October 11 to November 30. The sculptors’ works will be donated to Liberty Hill as a sculpture Park.

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