Technique: Stainless steel sculpture
Éric Racine has always been passionate about art. From a young age, Eric learned different artistic techniques. He drew landscapes, but it was mainly comic book characters that he liked to personify.
From 1994 to 1996, he studied fine arts at the Cégep de Sainte-Foy and was very attracted to sculpture, as well as the different materials specific to this art. Plaster, concrete, wood and metal were omnipresent in his sculptures. In 1995, Éric won first prize in the competition, sculpture component, among all the participating CEGEP artists from the greater province of Quebec.
Subsequently, Éric Racine studied mechanical engineering. He also worked in a sheet metal factory. He has been a draftsman, designer, laser cutting programmer and factory manager. With all this experience, he can design his own sculptures. From drawing to design, cutting, bending, welding and then polishing.
Ideas are not lacking. His sculptures will evolve over time, leaving plenty of room for imagination.