Artwork > Drawing

Michel Gerard makes drawings related to his sculpture as well as and more often as independent works. His drawings of the 1980s reflect his interest in the industrial processes and transformation of materials. In the 1990s, the artist experimented with drawings as the wall installations that included images of geology, biology and nature. In the last decade he worked with images from his childhood, among them comic books. One of the latest series of his drawings is made on Freudian reading of Leonardo’s painting.

Freudian Reading of Leonardo's Childhood Memories
Charcoal, water color, pastel and crayon
2005

Transformations, series of three drawings
Photographic Collage printed over paper
33 x 40 cm
2009
Transformations, series of three drawings
Photographic Collage printed over paper
33 x 40 cm
2009
Transformations, series of three drawings
Photographic Collage printed over paper
33 x 40 cm
2009
Little Nemo with Fingerprint Ghosts
2003 - 2007
Ink, charcoal, pastel, and crayon
56 x 77 cm
Little Nemo as a Transitional Object
2003 - 2007
charcoal, pastel, and acrylique
56 x 77 cm
Say cheese
acrylic on paper
122 x 90 cm
1999
Unit
wall installation of six Drawings, Ink, Pastel and crayon
35 x 53 inches; each 17 x 17 inches
1993
Unit (detail)
wall installation of six Drawings, Ink, Pastel and crayon
Total size: 35 x 53 inches; each 17 x 17 inches
1993