Francine Noël painter and sculptor

the human touch of recycled-art

 

It’s crazy, one can find springs everywhere!

in pens

in umbrellas

in vapirizers

in garden chairs

in hair dryers

in printing cartriges

in blinds

in door blockers

in garage doors

in mattresses

in bos-springs

in sofas

in clasps

in staples

in toasters

in bicycle-stands

in oven doors

in freezer doors

in turn tables

in CD players

in liquid soap pumps

...

Thanks to all those who keep on helping me gather my basic materials


Robin, Paulo, Robert, Diane,

Roger, Marc, Claude,Micheline,

Sylvie, Lili, Michel, Daniel, Jean,

Colette, René, Michel C, Carole, Alain,

Éloïse, André, Christian, Guy, Louis,

Nathalie, Gabriel, Hélène, Gina and Guylaine...


Thanks to the Graham Bell

Postal Office Team and

and to the Lunetterie du Faubourg staff



help me find the basic material for my artwork

Visual arts are usually mainly a solitary activity...
What I prefer in recycled-art, is its community aspect. 
Those collecting objects for me are glad to do so in order 
that these may live again and be valued through my art.
I think obsolescence is a burden to them too.

Visual arts are usually mainly a solitary activity...

What I prefer in recycled-art, is its community aspect.

Those collecting objects for me are glad to do so in order

that these may live again and be valued through my art.

I think obsolescence is a burden to them too.

N. B.:  At the moment, I’m looking for old metronomes

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