Guy Detot

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Guy  Detot Amour Saphique
Amour Saphique
Mayall and Steel
122 x 45 x 36 cm
SOLD
Guy  Detot Homme Dans Le  Vent
Homme Dans Le Vent
redgum
107.5 x 23 x 30 cm
Guy  Detot Seaweed
Seaweed
Very Rare Purple Mulga and Steel
37 x 47 x 15 cm
Guy  Detot Aurukun
Aurukun
Bronze and Red Gum
176 x 26 x 25 cm
SOLD
Guy  Detot
Ballina
camphor laurel & red gum
140 x 40 x 25 cm
SOLD
Guy  Detot Bird
Bird
Sheoak and Olivewood
41 x 40 x 16 cm
SOLD
Guy  Detot
Black Venus
10,000 year old red gum on granite
70 x 21 x 20 cm
SOLD
Guy  Detot Female Torso
Female Torso
Fiddleback Red Gum
158 x 37 x 20 cm
SOLD
Guy  Detot
In Flight
purple mulga
20 x 40 x 31 cm
SOLD
Guy  Detot La Robe
La Robe
redgum
54 x 18 x 15 cm
SOLD
Guy  Detot
Le Cygne
redgum
180 x 50 x 40 cm
SOLD
Guy  Detot Lily Fiddleback
Lily Fiddleback
redgum
150 x 20 x 15 cm
SOLD
Guy  Detot
Lucy Aussi
redgum
135 x 82 x 13 cm
SOLD
Guy  Detot Nesting
Nesting
redgum
80 x 60 x 45 cm
SOLD
Guy  Detot Out Of The Ashes
Out Of The Ashes
redgum
86 x 30 x 29 cm
SOLD
Guy  Detot
Polly Is Here
purple mulga & redgum
172 x 31 x 27 cm
SOLD
Guy  Detot Somewhere
Somewhere
Myall wood
55 x 9 x 9 cm
SOLD
Guy  Detot
Stretch
sheoak
48 x 11 x 6 cm
SOLD

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Guy  Detot

Guy Detot

Guy Detot Biography

French born, Guy Detot has lived in South Australia since 1982.

Although he has always had a strong affinity for sculpture, he is also a professional dancer and his work reveals a deep understanding of movement, rhythm, lyricism and the flow of nature.

The Australian influence in his work is clear; he uses as his sculptural medium red gum wood that dominates his South Australian home.

His work celebrates nude human forms and animal forms. With great intensity this sculptor throws himself into the task, literally working from dawn until dusk at his creations.

Guy is an intrinsically optimistic person and his optimism is reflected in his sculpture, he often uses splashes of gold leaf which can represent pain and emotion, and negative space is often used as a further evocation.

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