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The Laureates of the Liliane Bettencourt Prize pour l’intelligence de la main® (the intelligence of the hand) have come together to promote their professions at international level through this group of talents, rare holders of excellent savoir-faire. These unique personalities share a strong desire for exchanging ideas and genrating dialogue, both among themselves and with prescribers of art of living and creation.

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The Laureates of the Liliane Bettencourt Prize pour l’intelligence de la main® (the intelligence of the hand) have come together to promote their professions at international level through this group of talents, rare holders of excellent savoir-faire. These unique personalities share a strong desire for exchanging ideas and genrating dialogue, both among themselves and with prescribers of art of living and creation.
A modern and sensitive vision, the invention of a seductive, contemporary and realistic post-classic, form the basis of the Laureates’ alliance, which already seduces the lovers of the beautiful.

The Liliane Bettencourt Prize pour l’intelligence de la main® rewards excellence, collaborative know-how, creativity and innovation in artistic craftsmanship.
Having become a symbol of French excellence, the prize reinforces the reputation of these women and men.
Since its inception, this competition open to professional craftsmen has crowned the talent of more than 100 winners in 50 different fields whose creations testify to the intelligence of the hand.

To contact the office of the Les Lauréats association:
contact@leslaureats.org

Chairman : Marc Aurel
Members of the board : Pascale Riberolles, Yann Grienenberger, François-Xavier Richard

Graphic design : Studio Briand & Berthereau
Development : Mattieu Moreau Domecq

Les Lauréats
Julian Schwarz

Julian Schwarz

Wood sculptor

©Julian Schwarz

Listen to the strength of Esther Phillips or Bill Withers, imagine the possibility of giving it a shape and incorporating it into a block of wood.

What I'm proud of:

30 inches from a tree trunk, green and fragrant, divided by mass and wedges. Following the idea drawn in a small sketch, we start with ax, adze. The road is unpredictable, changes are needed. With a saw, scissors and gouges, we try to create something coherent and perhaps even alive.

Savoir Faire

Wood sculptor

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Bourgogne

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