Pierre Fouché could be called a textile artist with the sensibility of a photographer or painter. Many of his pieces seem to be created by black thread in a lace pattern, yet depict finely detailed images of people. Though it is likely Fouché could have simply printed photographs of these images, his choice of lace is a significant one. Its creation in the past often done in the home, requires considerable time and attention to detail. Further lace is rarely considered “fine art”, but decorative and a craft. However, Fouché doesn’t limit himself to lace. He also transforms other everyday objects and materials (such as dice pictured below) for his artwork and vision.