Maskull Lasserre makes no bones about his art

These incredible sculptures are by Canadian artist, Maskull Lasserre. Born in 1978, Lasserre actually spent a lot of his childhood in South Africa before returning to Canada. He has a BFA from Mount Allison University, and an MFA in sculpture from Concordia University. He now works out of studios in both Montreal and Ottawa. Lasserre’s site states, “Elements of nostalgia, accident, humor, and the macabre are incorporated into works that induce strangeness in the familiar, and provoke uncertainty in the expected.” Well, that appears pretty accurate. His delicate style and mind-numbing detail leave us convinced that there are actual bones and skeletons involved in his sculptures. The effect that’s both creepy and beautiful makes a real impression.
Now, about his idea of a frame…

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