Jp.carp’s work mainly focuses on abstract patterns, though he may sometimes go beyond.

 his work is at present driven by these thoughts:

 Abstract graphic designs and patterns are the chore of his work.

 Throughout the time, jp.carp has had an increasingly frequent use of mixed media and aerosols to enhance his work.

He fully sets himself in the trend of contemporary art and Street art.Jean Monneret, critique d’art et auteur du catalogue raisonné du Salon des Indépendants a écrit que jp.carp

: Jean Monneret, a French art curator, wrote, when jp.carp exhibited at the renowned « salon des indépendants » that jp.carp: « a intégré le monde de demain, ultrarapide, changeant, virtuel, dans son travail abstrait qui combine désormais huile, encre et techniques informatiques (la poussée d’un Dôme dans le désert de l’azur, technique mixte).

 Is part of tomorrow’s world, superfast, changing, virtual, with his abstract work that now combines oil, ink and digital techniques (the rise of a dome in an azur desert, mixed technique)

Par cette alliance très contemporaine, Jean-Philippe Carpentier donne la première place à la couleur, comme un Rothko dont le dépouillement monochrome cherche « exprimer l’idée complexe en formes simples » et à détruire l’illusion en révélant la vérité ».

 Through this most contemporary alliance Jean-Philippe Carpentier place colours in the first place, like a Rhothko whose monochromatic try to « express a complex idea with simple patterns » and thus « destroy illusion when revealing the truth ».

In 2016, his work may be found on Instagram @jp.carp or twitter @jpcarpart, as well as in the real world.













About hobo hippie

Hi I am an old hippie, a "beat" poet and novelist, and digital artist. I was co -editor and publisher of "Alpha Beat Press" alpha beat soup, bouillabaisse and cokefish and cokefishing in alpha beat soup with my late husband Dave Christy. My novel "eeenie meenie minee moe is for sale on amazon books. my other blogs are about humor and the weird. The blog is named after a Charlie Chaplin movie. a blog about world art.

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