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Jean-Pierre Hebert
Digital Artist       Click on Image for a Detail View

"Graphite Nautilus III", View Twenty-Four from "One Hundred Views of a Single Theme", Iris Print, 25x41", 1998

"Wake and Cobalt", Ink on Paper, 22x22" (Ink on Paper implies: with Plotter)

French-born Jean-Pierre Hebert, trained as a mathematician, travels the road between structure and spirit.

In his body of work, number becomes the common ordering factor bridging the psyche and the material world. Through mathematical calculation, Hebert translates Zen-like ideas into exquisite drawings and sculpture.

A mechanical device produces these works: the plotter, which is driven by a computer, intricately programmed by the artist. Flexible lines and innumerable points create threadlike planes, which suggest mandalas, sensual body parts and minimal landscapes.

"Early Gray", Ink on Paper, 22x30"

"Sand 4",
Sand drawing

"Sand m",
Sand drawing

"Sand w", Sand drawing

"Sand b",Sand drawing

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"Graphite Nautilus III", View Twenty-Four from
"One Hundred Views of a Single Theme", Iris Print, 25x41", 1998

"Wake and Cobalt", Ink on Paper, 22x22"
(Ink on Paper implies: with Plotter)

"Early Gray", Ink on Paper, 22x30"

"Sand 4", Sand drawing

"Sand m", Sand drawing

"Sand w" , Sand drawing

"Sand b" , Sand drawing



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