Yvonne Domenge’s works are often inspired by nature and architecture. They demonstrate her fascination with shape and geometry.
The abstract and geometrical forms she creates are visual expressions of the infinite universe.
hese references represent an endless source of inspiration while she develops new ideas that bring energy and creativity to her body of work.
The spheres seem to have no beginning and no end, and their composition is complex. The intricate design and the mathematical puzzles hold the viewer’s attention.
The dimensions of her works are variable, ranging from small-scale sculpture to monumental sculptures.
Her work is partly influenced by the popular culture of her country of origin. She uses bright colors and techniques from Mexico, such as dyeing wood with cochineal, a deep red dye, but also gold or silver leaf gilding.
"I constantly use the space to search my identity". Yvonne Domenge
Highly influenced by Pop Art, Richard Orlinski recreated his wardrobe with jeans, perfectos, leather jackets and stiletto heels along with the Kong, the Tiger, the Bear and the Wolf.
He plays with the proportions of the animal to create an impression of strength, ferocity and power characteristic of the wild animals such as the Panther or the Wolf.
Richard Orlinski aims to touch a wide audience. His animals are civilized and his sculptures are generally greatly appreciated.
During his last interview he declared: “Kong is the animal with whom I most identify myself with. Ferocious and showing his fangs, he is as big-hearted monkey defending his sweetheart.”
Richard Orlinski’s artworks are everywhere: at the Cannes festival and during the TV show « The Voice » where giant headphones were sited on stage, but also in the French ski resort Courchevel where a Wolf, a Bear and a Kong were exhibited on the snowy slopes, not forgetting the Born Wild guitar that he has offered to Paul McCartney for his last concert in Paris.
He collaborated with Disneyland and created a sculpture of Mickey Mouse as sorcerer’s apprentice.
Many businessmen, personalities from the show business and the world of cinema have been seduced by his artworks. Among them are Sharon Stone, Paul McCartney, Harisson Ford, Meryl Streep, Andy Garcia, Richard Branson, David Guetta, Tony Parker et lately Omar Sy.
Richard Orlinski lives and works in Paris.