The art and the way. After a career in the world of cruises, hotels and catering, Didier Ferré discovers and studies sculpture in Paris with Marie La Varande. He moved to Rivedoux-Plage on the Ile de Ré and enriched his sculptural journey with Jean-Paul Demesy to "Asso l'A.te.lier" de La Rochelle. The art and the way of modeling the earth, of sculpting stone, wood, are influenced by its travels at the end of the world but also and above all by Amedeo Modigliani in which he discovers sleek and abstract curves. Multiple works are made of limestone with beige gray fine gray with fossils and iron oxide nodules from the Ile de Ré dating from the Upper Jurassic (152/157 million years). A visual and tactile similarity between marble and ivory which gives his works, unique, timeless pieces, which allow him to assert his style which evokes reverie and travel. In 2011, he participated in a competition where he presented at the Musée de la Marine in Paris a figure in wood, "Le Corsaire". In 2018, he exhibited at the Sénac de Meillhan gallery at the Fleet en Ré. In 2019, he exhibited at the gallery aside in La Rochelle as well as at the Galerie Concept Store Gallery in La Baule. To date, he is present at Karry Gallery in Paris.