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Luc Arrignon

1952
Fontenay-sous-Bois, France

25 Works exhibited on Kooness

Current location

Fontenay-sous-Bois

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Works by Luc Arrignon

Necessité (Necessity)

2021

110 x 100 x 4.5cm

3300,00 €

Miaraka

2022

85 x 70 x 4.5cm

2000,00 €

Paume-Brousse (Palm-Bush)

2020

157 x 56 x 4.5cm

6800,00 €

Archipel Ny Nosy (Ny Nosy Archipelago)

2019

180 x 170 x 28cm

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Coelacanthe

2019

50 x 93 x 5cm

5500,00 €

Fikomiana

2022

40 x 28 x 4cm

3500,00 €

Voninkazo

2020

30 x 30 x 5cm

3000,00 €

Loza Ny Ady

2022

72 x 42 x 4cm

4500,00 €

Exclamat 1

2021

40 x 28 x 4cm

5000,00 €

Exclamat 2

2022

210 x 75 x 4.5cm

8000,00 €

Elle Y Est (She Is There)

2018

110 x 200 x 4.5cm

6000,00 €

Vive La Vie (Long Live Life)

2020

110 x 100 x 4.5cm

3000,00 €

Singularité (Singularity)

2020

110 x 100 x 4.5cm

3000,00 €

Rajgo

2018

110 x 100 x 4.5cm

4500,00 €

Ny Hamafy

2021

110 x 100 x 4.5cm

4500,00 €

Pays Sage

2021

110 x 100 x 4.5cm

4000,00 €

Ny Dia

2022

110 x 100 x 10cm

4500,00 €

Etude En La Mineur (Study in A Minor)

2022

110 x 100 x 4.5cm

3000,00 €

Affleure (Outcrop)

2022

110 x 100 x 6cm

4000,00 €

Code Invalide (Invalid Code)

2021

110 x 100 x 4.5cm

3200,00 €

Beni Saf

2019

110 x 100 x 4.5cm

3000,00 €

Antsy Anda E

2020

110 x 100 x 4.5cm

3000,00 €

Spring Glances

2022

110 x 100 x 4.5cm

2500,00 €

La Porte (The Door)

2018

75 x 100 x 4.5cm

2800,00 €

20 Ans (20 Years)

2021

50 x 50 x 4.5cm

1500,00 €

Luc Arrignon alias Lucky Loco is a French artist who lives and works in Fontenay-sous-Bois, France. Until 1995, the artist was invested in hyperrealism which allowed him meticulous observation and rigorous execution. Spontaneity was reduced to the initial conception of his work. Passionate about writing after a brief stint in lithography, Luc switched to calligraphy because of the gestures it involves. In the relationship between meaning and its forms, he decided to explore the form further in 1998. It has not left him to this day. This is how he paints by "Over-Calligraphing". He works mainly on two mediums. The wood he sculpts in bas-relief by over-calligraphing it with his sculptures. For 5 years, his work of sculpture has really taken off. Finally, the tarpaulin due to the installation of his workshop at the Foundry, an artistic center in Fontenay-sous-Bois. His approach requires him to be able to overwrite hundreds or even thousands of times. In addition to the gouges, chisels, brushes, reeds, pens and inks, he uses a "Digital Piano", two large screens, an excellent computer equipped with good software, connected to a powerful "plotter" which allows him to print large formats on quality tarpaulin. His work is thus durable, resistant to UVs, frost and rain. It is a flame-retardant work. He the creates unique digital proofs on which he intervenes again with ink, pencil and acrylic paint. Often, it surmounts some of them with carved wood and sometimes mobile folding’s.