The plastic language of Vidal

image of a round medallion pendant on a chain

Guy Gilles Vidal Modernist Abstract Organic Pendant (available at Scandimania)

 

“The plastic language of Vidal – his skilful invention, can combine a robust construction of volume with a modular sequences of rhythms.  Since the beginning of the 1970’s, Guy Vidal became one of the leaders of jewelry sculpture in Quebec and several of his recent works are accompanied by a base which makes a bracelet or a pendant a mini autonomous sculpture…At Vidal, there are no more borders between the artist and the craftsman…”

Loosely translated from “L’Art Au Quebec Depuis 1940,” Guy Robert, 1973

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