May I be allowed to make a double comparison. I think about the long-time work for the fishing nets to be manufactured by craftsmen or by a whole family, those nets one could see being made along the coasts. A work which requires patience, and this for a thing that will be soon thrown into the immensity of the sea from where it may take out the thousand sparkles of the wanted fish.
Definitely, all of this are in Baron-Renouard, living at the seaside, meticulous craftsman although his eyes are turned towards a larger horizon, and whose canvas, mosaics, stained glass window works appear to us as being full of enormous «plastic provender». In fact, one can say we find each of his works as : meticulously woven by hundreds coloured particles, knowingly elaborated and associated …
This is an aspect of this job, no carelessness for more precise meaning, beyond the canvas and the net, which show a beginning of distances, this is also the mirror for who knows to find out his own internal landscape.
Jean Rudel, Emeritus Professor of Sorbonne, Tokyo, 1997