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Swiss artists Sara.H and DeLaPerouze, strive to  make art accessible to everyone. Utilizing their  favorite material - bronze, their sculptures are  playful and also educational. Both artists are  deeply engaged in the promotion of Human Rights.
bronze station of parc Légende d'Automne in switzerland


Website: www.sarah.ch

Influenced by her grandmother, who was an art restorer, Sara.H was captivated by art and took an interest in painting at an early age.

Nature and music played major roles in her childhood. By age thirteen, her interests and talents emerged with the illustration of children’s stories, written with her two sisters. Encouraged by those around her and by professionals, she exhibited her drawings and paintings. Her meeting with the artist DeLaPerouze marked the opening of her first studio.

At age twenty-nine, sculpture became a vital medium for her artistic expression. She discovered the attributes of modeling and bronze, passionate about the desire to breathe into matter the fantasy and magic she feels in nature, music, and life. With this passion, perseverance, and constant search for perfection, Sara.H succeeded in creating numerous works animated by emotion.

“My lifelong goal is to be increasingly truthful in my art,” Sara.H states.

In 2000, she met Etienne Chatton, curator of the International Center of Fantasy Art. He offered Sara.H his astute advice and encouraged her to start creating monumental pieces. Today, the art studio and gallery that she shares with DeLaPerouze includes several of Sara.H’s large-scale sculptures. Both artists receive regular requests to create important art pieces for a diverse range of institutions and communities.ts receive regular requests to create important art pieces for a diverse range of institutions and communities.

For Sara.H, the natural propensity of her art can be described in the unique saying:

” Sculpture is a music that is listened to with the eyes
and played with the fingertips. "


Website: www.delaperouze.ch

Growing up around his father’s auto repair shop, DeLaPerouze gained valuable experience and learned a variety of paint techniques. He built up a strong reputation for his airbrush applications on Harley-Davidsons and other customized vehicles—specializing in fantastical hyperrealism designs.

He met fellow artist Sara.H in Fribourg, Switzerland, and soon after, they created their first art studio in the early 1990s. Their partnership led to his discovery of a new three-dimensional world that included paintings and sculptures. His art today can be described as aesthetically close to reality, sometimes provocative, or even disturbing. DeLaPerouze often jokes that his exposure to body-shop paints and solvents contributed to the way he sees the world as an artist.

DeLaPerouze has devoted much of his time in the last decade to his creations of the now famous “Tetra-Cow.” To the delight of collectors worldwide, he continues to come up with countless incarnations of his milk-carton-shaped bovine art pieces.

His goal as an artist can be perfectly summed up in Honoré de Balzac’s quote:

“The mission of art
is not to copy nature,
but to express it.”

(H. Balzac)

Perseo SA - Art Foundry

Website: www.perseoartfoundry.com

Perseo SA foundry was established in 1952 in Mendrisio, Switzerland, and has maintained and demonstrated strong ties with the art world and its sculptors. Factors such as always using top-quality materials, strong technical support, and the expertise of its suppliers make it the leading foundry in Switzerland. The company has the capacity to realize monumental sculptures up to 23 feet high.

Perseo SA foundry has a global exclusivity to execute the sculptures of Salvador Dali. It also realizes works for renowned Swiss artists, such as Alberto Giacometti, Alfredo Battistini, Fernando Botero, and Rolf Knie.

DelaPerouze and Sara.H have been working for many years with Perseo SA foundry and highly appreciate their consistent quality and efficient collaboration.

All are equal before the law and are entitled without any discrimination to equal protection of the law. All
are entitled to equal protection against any discrimination in violation of this Declaration and against any
incitement to such discrimination.
- Universal Declaration of Human Rights,
December 10th, 1948
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