Monday, July 20, 2009
Inaudible Chamber Music
Jean Coulon was born in Brussels in 1947. He specializes in wood engravings and copper engravings (burin, drypoint, roulette and all acid-free processes).
He has not only studied engraving, but also music, and he travels on occasion with a musical theater.
Here's a flier for a show where he apparently plays the inaudible electric tuba:
(Tuba Libre, formation du collectif bruxellois "Inaudible", comprend Marco Loprieno (cuivres) et Jean Coulon (tuba électronique).)
He also expresses that love in his drawings and engravings, often depicting the soul of a large and packed--cluttered--city breathing its soul through a wind instrument:
Here is what appears to be a colonized fish (but still our friend!):
And another favorite theme for him, parades for which new vehicles are necessary:
I found this artist via BibliOdyssey. Hope you enjoyed it!