Marc Ricourt

First trained as a carpenter, Ricourt taught himself woodturning through a combination of practical research, books and meetings with other respected artisans. Today, his work is featured in prestigious private collections, and shown at the Museum of Woodturning in Aiguines, France, and the Arizona State University Museum.

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Complex Horizons
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L'Île
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Les Horizons Complexes (de l’Amour et d’une Romance) XII
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