Fatapera Original Artwork
From French artist Joël Thibaud, here is a unique piece, entitled Fatapera, made from soil, ashes and paper fixed on cardboard and wood.
A fatapera is a traditional Madagascar utensil. It is a charcoal fireplace or stove primarily used for cooking food. This small, very practical fireplace is one of the essential tools of every home, used in the kitchen indoors or outdoors.
- Soils, coal and paper on cardboard and wood
- 140 x 140 cm (55 x 55 in)
- This artwork is an original and is unique
- Very strong. Easy care: just dust off
- Ship from France
The Artist ...
I see today in most of my artworks an expression of the search for the Beau, or rather of its memory, an attempt to retain it, while all around me everything tended to desolation, economic, cultural and environmental. During their achievements, I experienced them as mystical refuges, prayers, appeals to reason, to wisdom...
My name is Joël Thibaud. Sixty-one, single, two children.
After various stays in medical and humanities colleges (English studies), I finally joined the School of Fine Arts ... read more