Jean Pierre’s artistic path has led him to create unique one of a kind vinyl on aluminum Bauhaus Pop Art inspired pieces.
He is working on a new series inspired by fashion and commercial products integrating simple clean techniques showing his avant-garde Bauhaus Pop Art.
Jean Pierre BEX was born in Montréal and soon after learned art from his master sculptor father who studied at the Katonale Schnitzler Schule in Brienz.
During his teenage years while living in Switzerland, he came across the works of Paul Klee and became further inspired to follow his dreams to be an artist.
After completing his degree in Marketing at Concordia University, Jean Pierre began displaying his art in the Eastern Townships, Old Montreal, New York and mostly recently in Ottawa.
In 2015, Jean Pierre’s Bex Tulip was prominently featured during the festival in Ottawa.
Jean Pierre’s work is considered unique and one of a kind combining the Bauhaus philosophy with Pop Art to create vinyl on aluminum serigraphs. His pieces are transformational employing new techniques to canvass and provide multidimensional shimmery effects when completed. Absolutely beautiful end results. Anyone interested in new textures and material will love his work.
Open to new ideas, Jean Pierre is progressive and motivated by the next piece and new material. He is inspired by simple lines, etching, everything from old school to the avant-garde through his Bauhaus Pop Art: Bauhaus for the stripped-down industrial feel and Pop Art for the use of pure color and commercial techniques.
He creates in pure vinyl colours on lovingly brushed aluminum to express his lines.