For 25 years, Jean Pascal Lheureux has turned wood inspired by fossils and the shells polished and patinated by time. He creates mural sculptures and contemporary furniture, mainly in ash wood. It is the vein of the wood which jumps first of all to the eyes, rather than its color which disappears under the blowtorch, the patina or the lacquer. So much so that of the first glance, one thinks that certain parts are out of ceramics. The rigour and the sensitivity of its forms are in harmony with the nobility of an alive material.
Lheureux Jpascal's works are exhibited in art galleries in France and abroad. He draws his ideas from creations of architecture, the sea, of the fossils, but also of the nature of the lake of DER.