Inventor, craftman, artist…
André Landry is a true Geppetto (Pinocchio father) of modern times. For many years, he engaged in the creation of all wood pendulum clocks (even the mechanism). Originally, they were made of paper and cardboard and sold in millions of copies around the world, in the form of models to assemble.
Combining the ancient techniques of the craftsman with a resolutely modern artistic sense, the work of the wood has no more secrets for him. Today, he also creates small objects all more fascinating one than the other. He repulsed each time the limits of the possible in sculpting and assembling delicate parts made of noble wood species, such as his eternal roses.