Clos des Fées estate orders a piece of art from Jordan Saget…on a backdrop of a Saury barrel
More accustomed to the bitumen of the capital than to the secular oaks used in cooperage, Jordane Saget has brilliantly magnified this original backing, recalling at the same time the art of painting on tondo.
Thanks to this order placed by the Clos des Fées estate, the artist pays a very fine tribute to French oak and to our coopers’ know-how.
Jordane Saget’s wavy lines have now conquered the art world and street art lovers while his collaborations with big names like Jean-Charles de Castelbajac or Agnès B. are multiplying.
For his collaboration with Clos des Fées, Jordane gave up chalk for a graffiti marker more suited to this wooden support he had never worked on before.
The artist likes his work to be meaningful and appreciates when he can combine his personal path to his collaborations with nice recall. So, when Clos des Fées estate asked him to create a piece of art, he didn’t hesitate. He knew pretty well this estate for having promoted the qualities of its wines to its clients when he worked in a restaurant in Paris.
When we discuss with him the cultural approach of the Charlois group and what it instills to its various houses, the artist wished to know more. We then told him about the barrels of La Grange tattooed by Yannick Meziani. Interested in the pyrography technique that he had never tried before, Jordane shares his interest and seems confident about the result.
We then only thought of a possible collaboration with the artist whose wavy lines could perhaps one day lead him straight to the heart of the Bertranges forest. To be continued…