Pascal Pierme (born 1962) is a French born sculptor who looks to his surroundings for inspiration and for the past several decades those surrounding have been the Southwest. Pierme studied Art History and Technique in St. Raphael, France and the Airgraph Technique in San Diego, California. Pierme decided to move to New Mexico and settle in Santa Fe in 1997. Prior to moving to the Southwest, Pierme gained a European reputation as a promising young sculptor. He accomplished several solo exhibitions in France and Switzerland, and worked on collaborative projects alongside creative giants such as Pierre Cardin. His work has been exhibited around the United States, Switzerland, and France.
- In our sister gallery, form & concept, New Mexican artist Danny Hart designs carved wood and metal adornments inspired by the Southwestern landscape. View his work.
- The work of American artist Paul Shapiro had an influential effect on landscape painting and was inspired by his time in New Mexico. View his work.
Collector Spotlight: Brian SearsDecember 4, 2020For our first Collector Spotlight, a series of interviews exploring the philosophies of remarkable arts supporters, we connected with Brian Sears. Brian started collecting in the early 90’s at the encouragement of Glenn Fuhrman, the world-renowned contemporary art collector and cofounder of the FLAG Art Foundation , and his first acquisition was an Ed Ruscha artwork from Zane Bennett Contemporary Art. Since then, he's collected works by Dunham Aurelius, Pascal , Peter Lodato and many more. Brian is the CEO & Founder of Service Academy Capital Management , and...