Each one of Paul Duval’s clever series of table top sculptures appears to have a different personality. Each one is truly unique– evident in their pose, gesture and colour,
Leo sits on a black cube, long legs dangling, head turned and arms bent at the elbow, hands open as if caught in the middle of a conversation. He’s wearing a black t-shirt and bright turquoise pants. It's a charming piece.
“I think my work represents and distinguishes the human with a capital ‘H’.” PaulDuval
He is a member of the Canadian Sculptors Society and of the Conseil de la sculpture du Québec. He studied Monumental Sculpture at Université de Rimouski, casting at Maison des métiers d’art, Québec, and soldering at Cimic, Saint-Georges, Québec.
In addition to his full-time work as an artist, Duval is Technical Director, Symposium international de la sculpture, Beauce-Art, in Saint Georges De Beauce, Québec.
Duval’s sculptures including commissions are in private and public collections in Canada and France.