Michel Audiard, a Tourangeau artist appreciated throughout the world, was born in Paris in 1951. After a stint at the Beaux-Arts, he painted portraits in Montparnasse and sculpted in many materials. In 1978, he completely stopped painting to devote himself only to sculpture. For him, lost wax is the royal way of sculpture, because every sculptor dreams of finalizing his bronze works. He created statues, furniture, jewellery and, in 1995, created his first "Sculpture Pen". In 2005 he made his first "Passage", a metal work highlighting "the invisible, the transparency of the statuary". Thus, according to his imagination, unique works are born, or in limited series, from the most tiny to the gigantic. All works of art are created by hand and are then directly shipped worldwide.