Oradell, NJ, November 04, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Artist Pierre Henri Matisse made a guest appearance at New Jersey Foot and Ankle Center’s unveiling of his work. Dr. Margolin recently acquired a unique cutout piece from Pierre Henri Matisse to share with his staff and patients.
Pierre Henri Matisse is the grandson of renowned French artist Henri Matisse. During his formative years, he was always surrounded by art and artists. His father was a sculptor and his mother was a painter, sculptor and ceramist. He had the opportunity to meet and spend time among some of the most influential artists of the twentieth century, like Pablo Picasso, Georges Baque, Aristide Maillol, Jean Effel, Salvador Dali, Pierre Bonnard and Marcel Duchamp to name a few.
Although in a more formal setting, Pierre Henri Matisse spent his career as an artist managing cartography for a government agency. When he retired, he began to freely explore his creative talents by creating colorful cutouts.
For artist Pierre Henri Matisse, the love of art comes from his love of life and love of freedom. Having lived his teenage years under Nazi occupation of France, he has a true sense of oppression and freedom. Dr. Daniel Margolin of New Jersey Foot and Ankle Center admires the colorful life and energy of this famed artist.
He continues to paint and draw, but he has become most well-known for his dynamic usage of colored paper cutout pieces. He currently displays his pieces in his gallery in Port Orange, Florida. At the New Jersey Foot and Ankle Center event, Matisse gave out posters of his famous cutout piece “Do You See What I See?” to all attendees.