Julien Feller is a Belgian born sculptor. He studied for three years at the Institut Saint-Luc of Tournai where he succeeded brilliantly, having received multiple prizes from his art academy. While studying Julien trained under the carver Master Patrice Degand.
Established sculptor since 2017, Feller learned his carving technics in a very exigeant way. Indeed following the research on Grinling Gibbons and the school of micro-carvers from the XIVth century, Feller developed a very personal way to create lace in a trompe-l’oeil using traditional tools and technic. Today Feller is mostly influenced by the art of Renaissance from Italy. He aspires the discipline to work applied by great masters such as Michelangelo, Da Vinci, Ghiberti and some other great masters of the same period; they all are a true reference to him; not only he admires them and he is also inspired by them in his creations.