Richard Orlinski

 

A contemporary French sculptor, interested in conveying pure, positive emotion through his fantastical figurines. He crafts his bold, colorful sculptures under his signature Born Wild ethos: a message that encourages freedom of spirit, emotion and happiness.

His leitmotiv is to make art accessible to the greatest number of people possible. While his work is exhibited in more than 90 galleries and open-air in places across the Globe.

Influenced by Pop artists of his generation, and citing Robert Indiana as one of his biggest influences, Orlinski has famously exhibited his works at FIAC, Courchevel, Le Chateau de Versailles, and in galleries across the World and recognised by ArtPrice as the Best selling contemporary artist in France.

 

A contemporary French sculptor, interested in conveying pure, positive emotion through his fantastical figurines. He crafts his bold, colorful sculptures under his signature Born Wild ethos: a message that encourages freedom of spirit, emotion and happiness.

His leitmotiv is to make art accessible to the greatest number of people possible. While his work is exhibited in more than 90 galleries and open-air in places across the Globe.

Influenced by Pop artists of his generation, and citing Robert Indiana as one of his biggest influences, Orlinski has famously exhibited his works at FIAC, Courchevel, Le Chateau de Versailles, and in galleries across the World and recognised by ArtPrice as the Best selling contemporary artist in France.

The stake for Orlinski through the concept “Born Wild” is to transform negative emotions into positive vital impulses, to shift from archaic instinct to a civilized emotion.

The vectors of this transformation are the aesthetics of the work, the pursuit of perfection as a sculptor and the viewer’s perception. Engaged in making art accessible to all, Orlinski draws on the popular imagery of the icons that serve his purpose.

 

Eager to rise to challenges, Richard creates his sculptures by cutting them like diamonds and he never fails to rise to a challenge.

The stake for Orlinski through the concept “Born Wild” is to transform negative emotions into positive vital impulses, to shift from archaic instinct to a civilized emotion.

The vectors of this transformation are the aesthetics of the work, the pursuit of perfection as a sculptor and the viewer’s perception. Engaged in making art accessible to all, Orlinski draws on the popular imagery of the icons that serve his purpose.

 

Inspired by the same attention to detail and driven by the same passion, together, the contemporary artist and Berkeley Bespoke have produced an original creation, by pushing the boundaries of traditional image in publishing.