David Kaye Gallery » Léopold L. Foulem

Three guys and a fire in the kiln
May 28 - July 6, 2014
Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu, Richard Milette

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GALLERY

FOULEM, MATHIEU, MILETTE, Three guys and a fire in the kiln, Exhibition installation view.FOULEM, MATHIEU, MILETTE, Three guys and a fire in the kiln, Exhibition installation view.FOULEM, MATHIEU, MILETTE, Three guys and a fire in the kiln, Exhibition installation view.FOULEM, MATHIEU, MILETTE, Three guys and a fire in the kiln, Exhibition installation view.FOULEM, MATHIEU, MILETTE, Three guys and a fire in the kiln, Exhibition installation view.FOULEM, MATHIEU, MILETTE, Three guys and a fire in the kiln, Exhibition installation view.FOULEM, MATHIEU, MILETTE, Three guys and a fire in the kiln, Exhibition installation view.FOULEM, MATHIEU, MILETTE, Three guys and a fire in the kiln, Exhibition installation view.FOULEM, MATHIEU, MILETTE, Three guys and a fire in the kiln, Exhibition installation view.FOULEM, MATHIEU, MILETTE, Three guys and a fire in the kiln, Exhibition installation view.FOULEM, MATHIEU, MILETTE, Three guys and a fire in the kiln, Exhibition installation view.FOULEM, MATHIEU, MILETTE, Three guys and a fire in the kiln, Exhibition installation view.

ARTWORKS

Léopold L. Foulem, God Save The Queens, 1994/97, ceramic and found objects, 13 1/8 X 6 3/4 dia. in.; 33.2 cm. X 17 dia. cm.Léopold L. Foulem, Eccentric Form with Surface 20081 in Mount, 2013, ceramic and found object, 16 3/4 X 5 1/2 X 3 in.; 42.5 X 14 X 7.5 cm.Léopold L. Foulem, Form with Tang Surface in Mount, 2013, ceramic and found object, 13 3/4 X 7 7/8 X 6 1/2 in.; 35 X 20 X 16.5 cm.Léopold L. Foulem, Eccentric Form with Imari Surface in Mount, 2013, ceramic and found object, 15 3/8 X 5 1/8 X 4 3/4 in.; 39 X 13 X 12 cm.Léopold L. Foulem, Eccentric Form with Blue Willow Surface in Mount, 2013, ceramic and found object, 15 198 X 8 7/8 X 7 3/8 in.; 38.5 X 22.5 X 18.8 cm.Léopold L. Foulem, Pair of Brancusis in Bocages, 2013, ceramic and found objects, 9 15/16 X 13 3/8 X 5 1/8 in.; 25 X 34 X 13 cm. approximately, each

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Camp Fires:
The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette

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Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of “Camp” as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists: Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette. “Camp” has been identified as a concept, an aesthetic sensibility, and a form of oppositional critique central to gay and lesbian culture. Camp has been variously understood to include elements of irony, exaggeration, excess, humour, sentimentality, theatricality, artifice, parody and devotion; as a disputed field of appropriation and counter-appropriation and of alternative signifying codes.

Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette have made “Camp” and gay male culture a central part of their respective artistic practice for more than three decades. Their shared perception that they are outside of the artistic and social mainstream has helped drive them to create an aesthetically powerful and intellectually engaging body of work that is rooted in and critical of conventional art history, ceramic history and contemporary culture.

The exhibition presents a survey of the artists’ oeuvre spanning their careers, and will address three sub-themes essential to understanding their work: Subversive Historicism; Clay as Concept; and Queer Identity and Sexuality.  Camp Fires deploys the concept of “Camp”, not as a fixed attribute of specific objects, but as an inherently political Queer signifying practice, strongly associated with performative identity and with subversive appropriation. Its particular relationship with the Baroque and with Queer oppositional adaptation of aristocratic modes of presentation and perception will be explored in the main curatorial essay.

There is a catalogue in French and English and video interviews with the artists in English with French surtitles for presentation in the exhibition gallery and on the museum or gallery website.  Labels and didactic panels will be produced in French and English. Curated by Robin Metcalfe, the Director/Curator of St. Mary’s University Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

This exhibition has travelled to St. Mary’s University Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia from October 18 - November 30, 2014, then to the Musée McCord, Montréal, Quebéc from March 19 - August 16, 2015 and finally to the Bellevue Arts Museum, Bellevue, Washington from November 6, 2015 - February 14, 2016.

GALLERY

Léopold L. Foulem, So Many Men So Little Time, 1993-1997, ceramic and found objects, 36.5 X 22(d) cm.Léopold L. Foulem, Tu connais mes goûts (You Know My Taste), 1996, ceramic and found objects, 31.8 X 19 X 12 cm.Léopold L. Foulem, Santa and Blue Boy (Gallant Conversation), 2004, ceramic, 31.4 X 18 X 14 cm.Léopold L. Foulem, Santa and Colonel Cake Decoration, 2004, ceramic, 33 X 21 X 14 cm.Léopold L. Foulem, Priest in Black Cassock with Boy on Mount, 2012, ceramic and found object, 36.2 X 20.5 X 11 cm., collection of Diana ReitbergerLéopold L. Foulem, Pair of Two Male Couples in Pseudo Rococo Settings, 2012, ceramic and found objects, 58 X 39 X 19.5 cm., courtesy of David Kaye GalleryLéopold L. Foulem, Santa Claus Reliquary, 2004, ceramic, 25 X 19.2 X 15.3 cm.Léopold L. Foulem, Fagbulous Piece in Mounts No. 1, 1998-2000, ceramic and found objects, 37.5 X 16.6 cm. dia.Léopold L. Foulem, Fagbulous Piece in Mounts No. 3, 1998-2000, ceramic and found objects, 29.2 X 21.5cm. dia.Léopold L. Foulem, Juicy Banana, 1976, ceramic, silver platter, plaster, sparkles, 12.5 X 49.5 X 30.5 cm., collection of the Gardiner Museum, Gift of Léopold L. Foulem, G11.3.2Léopold L. Foulem, Rhyton Nordique, 1983, ceramic and found objects, 14 X 22 X 21.5 cm.Léopold L. Foulem, Urinoir, 1992, ceramic and found objects, 60 X 14.7 cm. dia.Léopold L. Foulem, Urn Funereal, 1985, ceramic and found objects, 55.1 X 27.3 X 27.5 cm.

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SINGULARITÉS/SINGULARITIES
Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Québec City
May 16, 2013 - January 5, 2014

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“I believe that authentic art is a matter of concepts, certainly not of the means of expression or of style, or even of execution. My work in ceramics expresses ideas. My artistic production has nothing to do with individual expression or a quest for beauty. I see myself as a composer and a theorist, not as a virtuoso.” – Léopold L. Foulem

Léopold L. Foulem has exhibited his work in more than 40 solo shows, and his career is now in its fifth decade. He is undoubtedly the best-known Canadian ceramist on the international scene. His rigorous and uncompromising artistic project, whose arsenal includes humour, irony and provocation, is a constant claim for recognition of ceramics as a sovereign art form.

With Léopold L. Foulem: Singularities, the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec presents the first true retrospective devoted to this artist who places ceramics – as a discipline and not as a material – at the centre of his concerns. The positions he has staked out on the hierarchy of genres have also led him to a few successful forays into sculpture, in which the bronze becomes a distorting mirror of the quality of the materials.

Ceramic work is handicapped by several preconceived ideas which make of it an art associated with the sphere of manual labour, hobbies and, in the end, with the feminine. This is the lot of the fine crafts in general, which have been stigmatised by the champions of modernism, stamped with the anathema of the “decorative” and described as figures of otherness. Foulem’s work, playing on these stereotypes and on those around homosexuality, creates a two-fold ambiguity.

The object, and especially the art object, is under the sway of the hegemony of precious and so-called lofty matter. Foulem, in one of his key solo exhibitions, addressed this question, stating that “matter doesn’t matter”. The bronze is the rhetorical figure of this discourse on matter. Similarly, within the discipline, some techniques are viewed as superior to others. Finally, his use of found objects (from the dollar store, refuse bin or antique store) is a way of thumbing his nose at this supposed superiority of one material over another.

Since the 1980s in particular, Léopold L. Foulem has explored the transformation of objects into images, the movement from use to intellect. To do so, he has worked with negative forms, containers with no inside surface, solidified voids and surfaces on which images and words call into question our manner of perceiving the object and our propensity to always privilege what it says rather than the history of the object itself.

Foulem’s base material is not so much clay as it is this history of ceramics. By revisiting and parodying several genres and forms he puts ceramics on the pedestal of tradition, but with this highly contemporary touch, which constantly destabilises its basis.

BIOGRAPHY OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM
Born in 1945 in Caraquet, New Brunswick, Léopold L. Foulem holds a master’s degree in visual arts from the University of Indiana. As a public speaker and author, he is known for his views on the importance of a discourse unique to the discipline. An acknowledged expert on Pablo Picasso’s ceramics, in 2004 he co-curated the exhibition Picasso et la céramique, co-organised by the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec. He received the Jean A. Chalmers National Crafts Award in 1999 and, in 2001, the Saidye Bronfman Award in recognition of excellence in the fine crafts (today one of the Governor General’s awards in visual and media arts). In 2003, he received the Éloizes Award for artist of the year in the visual arts in Acadia. He divided his time between his studios in Montréal and Caraquet. His work can be found in several prestigious collections, including the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and the Los Angeles County Museum, and is included in major international exhibitions.

The exhibition Léopold L. Foulem: Singularities will be accompanied by a publication containing essays by Paul Bourassa, collections and research director of the MNBAQ, and by Jorunn Veiteberg, professor at the Academy of Art and Design in Bergen, Norway, preceded by an introduction by Garth Clark (Santa Fe, New Mexico), author of more than 60 volumes on modern and contemporary ceramics.

GALLERY

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More Bibelots?
January 31 - February 24, 2013

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In this exhibition - More Bibelots? - Léopold L. Foulem references his earlier exhibition, Bibelots? (March 2012), to revisit the question: “How does the meaning of a bibelot or a figurine change with shifts in context and in conceptual representation? Or do these bibelots remain simply figurines?”

To expand this inquiry here, Foulem features works that are firmly grounded in the historical precedent of decorative figurines with regard to their size, form and patterning. We thus encounter familiar figures, but in unfamiliar contexts, namely, the “rococo context” in which he “camps” them. Through the uneasy juxtaposition of normative form and edgy concept, Foulem’s sculptures thus innovatively challenge many of our mainstream social and especially, sexual expectations of behaviour.

The conceptual statements in Foulem’s eccentric work have rarely focused on the merit of narrative content. However, in these exhibited works, the story plays an integral part - the narratives these sculptural tableaus tell highlight, not only an “artistic undertaking,” but also Foulem’s political questioning of unequal power relations especially with regard to sexuality and religion (e.g., the subject of pedophilia, especially that of clergymen for Adonises as coveted sexual objects).

Foulem uses this exhibition then, as an arena through which his ceramic works can engage the specific history of the “bibelot” form and the role it has played in official artistic discourse. At the same time, Foulem positions the “bibelot” as narrative - a vehicle through which to explore the representation and degree of reception of shifting social and particularly, sexual behaviour, and their political implications, norms and deviances. He questions to what extent the “bibelot” can highlight this social inquiry.

GALLERY

Léopold L. Foulem, Ithyphallic Boy with Cleric, 2012, ceramic and found object, 14 3/8 X 8 1/2 X 5 3/4 in., Photo: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, Forget The Prayer, 2012, ceramic and found object, 14 X 6 1/2 dia. in., Photo: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, Adonis in Rose Garden, 2012, ceramic and found objects, 14 X 13 3/4 X 6 1/4 in., Photo: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, Teenager & Priest in Bocages (Pair), 2012, ceramic & found objects, 25 1/8 X 15 1/16 X 6 5/8 in., Photo: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, Trio in A Flower Patch, 2012, ceramic and found objects, 20 1/8 X 15 1/4 X 8 3/8 in., Photo: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, Candelabrum & Nude Boy with Erect Phallus, 2012, ceramic & found objects, 16 1/2 X 14 X 7 3/8 in., Photo: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, Pair of Two Male Couples in Pseudo Rococo Settings, 2012, ceramic and found objects, 22 7/8 X 15 3/8 X 7 5/8 in. (ea. approx.), Photo: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, Boy with Floral Bikini on Plinth, 2012, ceramic and found objects, 13 5/8 X 4 1/2 X 3 1/4 in., Photo: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, Boy with Cape on Empire-Style Stand, 2012, ceramic and found objects, 16 3/8 X 5 1/8 X 4 1/2 in., Photo: Richard Milette, SOLD.Léopold L. Foulem, Priest in Black Cassock with Boy on Mount, 2012, ceramic and found objects, 14 1/4 X 8 1/8 X 4 1/4 in., Photo: Richard Milette, SOLD.Léopold L. Foulem, More Bibelots? Exhibition installation view.Léopold L. Foulem, More Bibelots? Exhibition installation view.Léopold L. Foulem, More Bibelots? Exhibition installation view.Léopold L. Foulem, More Bibelots? Exhibition installation view.Léopold L. Foulem, More Bibelots? Exhibition installation view.Léopold L. Foulem, More Bibelots? Exhibition installation view.Léopold L. Foulem, More Bibelots? Exhibition installation view.Léopold L. Foulem, More Bibelots? Exhibition installation view.Léopold L. Foulem, More Bibelots? Exhibition installation view.Léopold L. Foulem, More Bibelots? Exhibition installation view.Léopold L. Foulem, More Bibelots? Exhibition installation view.

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Bouquets: recent sculpture
January 22 - February 22, 2009

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GALLERY

Léopold L. Foulem, Bouquet with Thousand Flowers in Mounted Vase, 2008, ceramic and found objects, 14 in. tall, 7 in. dia.; 35.5 cm. tall, 17.7 cm. dia., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, Bouquet of White Roses and Violets in Mounted Vase, 2008, ceramic and found objects, 13.75 X 7.25 X 6.38 in.; 35 X 18.5 X 16.3 cm., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, Bouquet of Blue Hydrangeas in Mounted Vase, 2008, ceramic and found objects, 13 X 7.5 X 6 in.; 33 X 19 X 15 cm., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, Bouquet of Trilliums in Mounted Vase, 2008, ceramic and found objects, 8.75 in. tall, 7 in. dia.; 22.3 cm. tall, 18 cm. dia., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, Bouquet of White Arums in Mounted Vase, 2007/08, ceramic and found objects, 14.38 X 8 X 4.5 in.; 36.5 X 20.4 X 11.5 cm., photo by: Richard Milette, Collection of the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec.Léopold L. Foulem, Bouquet of Lilacs in Mounted Vase, 2008, ceramic and found objects, 16.63 X 8.88 X 6.25 in.; 42.2 X 22.5 X 16 cm., photo by: Richard Milette, SOLD, Private collection.Léopold L. Foulem, Bouquet of Red Poppies in Mounted Vase, 2008, ceramic and found objects, 18 in. tall, 6.75 in. dia.; 45.5 cm. tall, 17.0 cm. dia., photo by: Richard Milette, SOLD.Léopold L. Foulem, Bouquet of Yellow Roses in Mounted Vase, 2008 ceramic and found objects 15.75 in. tall, 11.25 in. dia.; 40 cm. tall, 28.5 cm. dia., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, Bouquet of Mixed Flowers in Mounted Vase, 2008, ceramic and found objects, 17 X 8.25 X 6.5 in.; 43.3 X 21 X 16.5 cm., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, Bouquet of Roses in Mounted Vase, 2007/08, ceramic and found objects, 10.75 X 11.25 X 8 in.; 27.5 X 28.5 X 20.5 cm., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, Green Flower Vase with Bouquet of Wild Yellow Roses, 2002 ceramic, 12.75 in. tall, 8.5 in. dia.; 32.5 cm. tall, 21.5 cm. dia., SOLD.Léopold L. Foulem, Yellow Neoclassical Vase with Bouquet of Pink Peonies, 2002/04, ceramic, 14 in. tall, 8.75 in. dia.; 35.5 cm. tall, 22.2 cm. dia., photo by: Richard Milette, Collection of the Montréal Museum of Fine Arts.Léopold L. Foulem, Bouquets: recent sculpture, Exhibition installation view.Léopold L. Foulem, Bouquets: recent sculpture, Exhibition installation view.Léopold L. Foulem, Bouquets: recent sculpture, Exhibition installation view.Léopold L. Foulem, Bouquets: recent sculpture, Exhibition installation view.Léopold L. Foulem, Bouquets: recent sculpture, Exhibition installation view.Léopold L. Foulem, Bouquets: recent sculpture, Exhibition installation view.Léopold L. Foulem, Bouquets: recent sculpture, Exhibition installation view. Composite image.

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Léopold’s mini-survey exhibition titled Récupération ran from January 19 - May 3, 2009 at the Gardiner Museum in Toronto. The exhibition was then shown at The Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, NB from June 28 to September 7, 2009. The exhibition then travelled to the Western Branch of the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia in Yarmouth October 9, 2009 to January 31, 2010.

The exhibition curator was Robin Metcalfe of Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery, Halifax, NS.

GALLERY

Léopold L. Foulem, (ALLOVER + Series) Vase Image with Yellow Ground and Blue Floral Motifs, 2004, ceramic, 27 X 22.5 X 10.7 cm., photo by: Pierre GauvinLéopold L. Foulem, (ALLOVER + Series) Vase Image with Black Splashes on White Ground, 2005/07, ceramic, 29.7 X 24 X 13.5 cm., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, (ALLOVER + Series) Vase Image with Imari Style Surface, 2004/06, ceramic, 29.5 X 20 X 12 cm., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, (ALLOVER + Series) Vase Image with Lime Green and Speckled Surface, 2005/06, ceramic, 33 X 23 X 11.5 cm., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, (ALLOVER + Series) Vase Image with Pink Ground and Red Dots, 2004, ceramic, 20.7 X 24 X 10 cm., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, (ALLOVER + Series) Vase Image with Mille Fleurs Surface, 2004, ceramic, 29 X 21.5 X 12 cm., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, (RÉCUPÉRATION series) Pair of Blue and White Covered Tureens in Silvered Mounts, 2006, ceramic and found objects, 25.5 X 29 X 22 cm. each, photo by: Richard Milette, Collection of the Montréal Museum of Fine Arts.Léopold L. Foulem, (RÉCUPÉRATION series) Pair of Neoclassical Covered Tureens in Mounts, 2006, ceramic and found objects, 37.5 X 35.5 X 21 cm., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, (RÉCUPÉRATION series) Mounted Hexagonal Covered Container with Blue Willow Medallion, 2006/07, ceramic and found objects, 52.5 X 28.5 X 28.5 cm., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, (RÉCUPÉRATION series) Pseudo Meissen Covered Vessel in Mounts, 2001/07, ceramic and found objects, 44.3 X 30 X 22 cm., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, (RÉCUPÉRATION series) Neoclassical Covered Vessel with Silhouettes in Mounts, 2001/07, ceramic and found objects, 47 X 18 X 17 cm., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, (RÉCUPÉRATION series) Yellow Ground Octagonal Covered Vessel with Floral Spray in Mounts, 2007, ceramic and found objects 39.6 X 22 X 19.2 cm., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, (RÉCUPÉRATION series) View of Brokeback Mountain, 2006/07, ceramic & found objects, 43 cm. tall, 13 cm. dia., photo by: Richard Milette, Collection of the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, Norway.Léopold L. Foulem, (RÉCUPÉRATION series) Mirror Black Covered Container with Gold Geishas in Mounts, 2007, ceramic and found objects, 40.5 X 33 X 16.2 cm., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, (RÉCUPÉRATION series) Returning from Brokeback Mountain, 2006/07, ceramic and found objects, 46 X 22 X 19 cm., photo by: Richard Milette, This work has been chosen by Susan Jefferies for donation to the Gardiner Museum in her honour.Léopold L. Foulem, (VASES & BOUQUETS series) Famille Verte Flower Vase with Bouquet of Sweet Peas, 2001/04, ceramic, 25.5 cm. tall, 22.3 cm. dia., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, (VASES & BOUQUETS series) Yellow Vase with Bouquet of Primulas, 2001/02, ceramic, 24.5 cm. tall, 18.3 cm. dia., photo by: Pierre GauvinLéopold L. Foulem, (VASES & BOUQUETS series) Black Flower Vase with Bouquet of Red Poppies, 2001/03, ceramic, 28.7 cm. tall, 23 cm. dia., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, (VASES & BOUQUETS series) Famille Noire Flower Vase with Bouquet of White Roses, 2002/04, ceramic, 27 cm. tall, 20.7 cm. dia., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, (VASES & BOUQUETS series) Mille Fleurs Flower Vase with Bouquet of White Daisies, 2001/02, ceramic, 36 cm. tall, 22.5 cm. dia., photo by: Richard Milette, PRIVATE COLLECTIONLéopold L. Foulem, (HEROES) Santa and the Colonel as Wedding Cake Decoration, 2004, ceramic, 33 X 21.3 X 14.2 cm., photo by: Pierre GauvinLéopold L. Foulem, (HEROES series) Blue Boy as Ganymede, 2004, ceramic and granite, 34 X 20.2 X 12.7 cm., photo by: Pierre GauvinLéopold L. Foulem, (HEROES series) Blue Boy and the Colonel Tê Hua Spill Vase, 2003, ceramic, 34.7 X 26 X 14.4 cm., photo by: Pierre GauvinLéopold L. Foulem, (HEROES series) The Colonel as Terracotta Sculpture, 2003, ceramic, 34.7 cm. tall, 13.5 cm. dia., photo by: Pierre GauvinLéopold L. Foulem, (HEROES series) Blue Boy with Codpiece, 2003, ceramic, 37.5 cm. tall, 14.3 cm. dia., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, (MÉLANGES [SANTA CLAUS] series) Black Santa Coffee Pot, 2002, ceramic and found objects, 33.5 X 25.8 X 10.5 cm., photo by: Richard Milette, PRIVATE COLLECTION.Léopold L. Foulem, (MÉLANGES [SANTA CLAUS] series) Turquoise Stirrup Spout Effigy Bottle in the Form of Santa Claus, 2002, ceramic, 42.5 X 19 X 12 cm., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, (MÉLANGES [SANTA CLAUS] series) Effigy Vase of Santa Claus with Headdress, 2002, ceramic, 33.2 X 18 X 19.8 cm., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, (MÉLANGES [SANTA CLAUS] series) Santa Claus Lamp Base, 2002, ceramic, 31.6 X 16 X 10.7 cm., photo by: Richard Milette Léopold L. Foulem, (MÉLANGES [SANTA CLAUS] series) Planter with Santa Claus, 2002, ceramic, 33 X 25.5 X 13.4 cm., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, (ASSEMBLAGES [CUPS AND SAUCERS] series) Cup and Saucer with Driftwood Handle, 1999, ceramic and found objects, 10.4 X 18 X 16 cm., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, (ASSEMBLAGES [CUPS AND SAUCERS] series) Cup and Saucer with Terrestrial Globe, 1999, ceramic and found objects, 14.5 X 19 X 18.5 cm., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, (ASSEMBLAGES [CUPS AND SAUCERS] series) Cup and Saucer with Red Handle, 1999, ceramic and found objects, 12 X 17 X 12.2 cm., photo by: Richard MiletteLéopold L. Foulem, (ASSEMBLAGES [CUPS AND SAUCERS] series) Cup with Pluto and Saucer, 2006, ceramic and found objects, 40 cm. tall, 28 cm. dia., photo by: Richard Milette, SOLD.