The great works of Polyte Solet
Polyte Solet was distinguished by his monumental works in the world. Always faithfully close to the sea, he made large sizes sculpures such as: the "condor 4 winds" in Concepcion (Chile) measuring 9m high. He also designed and manufactured a whale-shaped building in Coronel (Chile) over 45m long or the monument to St Andrew of Cubsac where he built it in honor of Jacques Cousteau. Polyte Solet is internationally known in the world of wood carving. Not only his art has an aesthetic beauty, is also a reminder of the nature beauty.
List and timeline of major urban works Polyte Solet:
- 1981 - "La prière" - 2.80m high the cathédral of Chambéry, France.
- 1994 - "Albatros en vol" - 3.60m large in the Cap Horn museum in St Malo, France.
- 1999 - "La vierge avec sa croix" -2.80m high in Curanilahue, Chile.
- 2000 - "Le condor des 4 vents" - 9m high, place España in Concepcion, Chile.
- 2003 - "L'albatros des vents" - 6.50m in the Cap Horn museum in St Malo, France.
- 2005 - "La main" - 5.00m high in Curanilahue, Chile.
- 2009 - "El carretero" - 9.00m long in Santa Juana, Chile.
- 2015 - "11 sculpures of endémic fauna" - 2.80m à 4.50m high in"Postdam humedal" parc to Hualpen, Chile.