Swiss Sculptor Marc Raymond uses an assemblage technique to create bare sculptures. His abstract work, made of painted plywood and wood, have been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in Galleries and Cultural Centres, in Switzerland, Canada, France, Germany and Spain. Recently he exhibited in Canada at the Léo-Ayotte Art Centre in Shawinigan, Québec, at the Mont-Laurier Exhibition Center, Québec, at the Ottawa School of Art Gallery, Ontario, and in Switzerland at the Grande Fontaine Gallery in Sion.
In 2009, Mr. Raymond received fellowships from Visarte, the Visual Arts Association in Switzerland and from IAA, International Association of Art. He has carried out several public commissions and is the recipient of awards in Switzerland.
In addition to his sculpture work, Marc Raymond works with paper, presenting series of découpages, inks on paper, and photographies, close to the spirit of his sculptures.
Marc Raymond was born in Saillon, Switzerland in 1968. He attended the Swiss School of Sculpture in Brienz for three years with a specialistion in statuary  and obtained his diploma in 1996. After graduation, he carried out  internships with several Swiss sculptors. His travel to North America, to countries in Europe and his journey to China, influenced greatly his work.
Marc Raymond lives and works now in Athens.