French artist Jerome Abel Seguin has lived in Indonesia for over 25 years. His work gives shape to large native wood species highlighting the natural heft of the material. His latest collection, “Archipelago: Wood, Stone, Iron” celebrated ironwood and iron wall furniture salvaged from scrap metal and machine parts, inspired by handmade ikat textiles from the Flores and Sumba islands in Indonesia. His Suiseki river stone sculptures are shaped over centuries by river currents, and collected by Seguin around Java, and prized for their position between art and nature. He joined RALPH PUCCI in 2000.