Jerome Abel Seguin
Triptych
Single
Triptych on Iron Bases
100 and 1 Stones
Escape
Escape
Stones
Triptych
Triptych
Skinny
Set of 18 Wooden flowers

Jerome Abel Seguin

Jerome Abel Seguin has been living in Sumbawa, Indonesia since 1993. In his tiny island, he remembers reading Robinson Crusoe or Treasure Island as a child in Bordeaux , France and dreaming of escaping somewhere else, without really leaving his familiar landscapes. Using teak, ebony, kalengo, coconut, black palm-tree and that strange iron tree which roots are in sea water, Seguin builds, assembles and gives shape to sculptures, furniture, pirogues, wooden walls, bas-reliefs, liana barriers and tanks. While elegantly shifting from useful artistic pieces, he avoids everything you could call baroque to create a dreamy, minimalistic world, baring a strong and peculiar tropical presence. Jerome Abel Seguin joined Ralph Pucci in 2000

Triptych

(Dimensions are approximate)
34" x 15" x 120"
2013

Single

(Dimensions are approximate)
39.5 x 71H

Triptych on Iron Bases

(Dimensions are approximate)
159.5 x 73.5H

100 and 1 Stones

(Dimensions are approximate)
39.5 x 82.5H

Escape

(Dimensions are approximate)
31 x 79H

Escape

(Dimensions are approximate)
31 x 79H

Stones

(Dimensions are approximate)
63 x 63

Triptych

(Dimensions are approximate)
155 x 74

Triptych

(Dimensions are approximate)
155 x 74

Skinny

(Dimensions are approximate)
25 x 73H

Set of 18 Wooden flowers

(Dimensions are approximate)
6”- 8” diameter