Juan de Laminne began with five or six years of drawing and painting in various academies with a sculptor friend.
One day in the studio, the latter throws him a loaf of clay to see. And in the evening, we already had the main lines of what makes his style today, powerful and muscular animals, but at the same time full of finesse and lightness.
The rough aspect that Juan tries to give to his sculptures also gives them a certain modernity through the illusion of carved stone.
The artist is always in search of the triple emotion, that of the artist when he puts a final touch to his work, the love at first sight of the buyer and the harmonious integration of the work in its environment. If the bronze is removed, its absence must create a void.