The universe of the painter and sculptor Jérôme Poumès is particularly energetic and powerful. His contrasting compositions, rich in nuances and strong volumes evoke emotions and arouse fascination. A artist on the "Akoun" side, Jérôme Poumerès regularly exhibits in France as well as abroad as at the Sarria International Fair in Spain since 2011, and in Tokyo since 2013. From academism to plastic postage After having obtained a bac mention philosophy and art history in Bayonne, he joined the famous school of interior architecture, communication and artistic direction Penninghen in Paris. He finished his student cycle in the no less famous carpenter academy. Jérôme Pémès devotes himself in parallel to devotes to the pictorial expression in various forms and techniques, practicing more particularly acrylic on canvas with a knife. From figurative to abstract, including a certain form of expressionism, the painting of the artist of academic training has taken several directions. Explore the impact of light on the object In love with a desire for sculptural practice for many years, it was following his meeting with Gilbert Kadyszewski, sculptor and ironworker of art, that Jérôme Poumès finally decides to concretize his project, encouraged by the artist. Trained by Kadyszewski in the art of forge and the arc welding technique, Jérôme Poumès is passionately involved in the work of steel. His desire from a passage from painting to sculpture undoubtedly results from his fascination has always experienced towards the impact of light on the object, thus creating this volume which characterizes his painted or carved works. His sculptures are mostly made from recovery materials, in an eco -responsible approach. Energetic works rich in nuances The sources of inspiration by Jérôme Poumès are multiple: history, feelings and human emotions, mythology, the urban environment, or the beauties of nature. His creations draw their essence from his own experience and his most intimate emotions. But Jérôme Poumerès remains above all an "researcher artist", an explorer always in search of unexplored creative regions.