François Loup, born in Paris, has a fairly atipic profile for an artist in that he simultaneously conducted studies of art and agronomy.
Former manager of a prestigious American multinational, husband of an ex-Finnish supermodel, Loup does not have the tormented history that often shapes artists.
He paints, draws and sculpts his favorite themes: nature and women.
For a few years he has devoted himself particularly to sculpture with as a starting point the impression of the body of the Woman.
Loup has decided to do what others do not do or despise: he likes concrete!
Let's say to be more elegant than he likes modern materials, the special cements used by the great architects of our time.
For the realization of his sculptures he starts from an impression on living model then during the casting of the selected material he tortures, shapes the material to make an original work, unique that corresponds to the personality of the model.
The materials used are solid, metallically reinforced, coated and can defy time even outdoors.
Loup has often exhibited in France and abroad and has won numerous awards. He lives and works in Paris and Vence.