The human figure is central in the process of creation. Craftsmanship and understanding of anatomy are fundaments for a genuine rendition of the seen and experienced.
The pure and undesigned observation of reality or imagination leads to an authentic expression.
The intensification of the sensitiveness and the discussion about the physicalness are the guiding themes. Playfulness is the leitmotiv.
Inigo Gheyselinck is academically trained in the traditional crafts of drawing, oil painting and figurative sculpting. He now uses a variety of cutting-edge production technologies, such as CNC-milling and parametric design, to continue his exploration of figurative forms.
Born in 1980 in São Paulo, Brazil, Inigo Gheyselinck grew up in Zurich, Switzerland. He graduated from the Florence Academy of Art (FAA) in Florence where the methods of the Parisian École des Beaux Arts from the 19th and 20th century are taught.
Besides portrait commissions, mainly figurative works are being created for a large variety of clients.
Unconventional ideas for an artistic cooperation are highly welcome.