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Pascal Oudet is a wood artist working and living near Grenoble in the French Alps. His pieces are inspired by the effect of time revealing the deep structure of natural materials. On carefully selected oak trees, he creates forms of great finesse through sandblasts. In a constant balance between the aggressivity to wear out the wood and the delicacy to preserve his integrity, he goes up to transparency, creating a real lace-like effect. His creations combining technique and delicacy drive us inside the history and life of the trees he’s working with while paying homage to the natural beauty of the material.

This special woodturning and sandblasting technique invented by him attracts collectors, interior designers and art galleries worldwide. His pieces are present in permanent collections of Ateliers d'Art de France, the American Association of Woodturners and the New York Museum of Art and Design, and in private collections in Europe, USA, Asia and Middle East.

Pascal Oudet has received many prizes including the Grand Prix de la Création de la Ville de Paris in 2012, and in 2014 the visitor’s choice award in the Festival International des Métiers d'Art de Baccarat.