Claimed in the choice of materials, simplicity is only apparent when we approach the question of composition.
As for Marc Raymond's works on paper, their visual language is in line with geometric abstraction. But they never have the almost impersonal coldness. The lines and surfaces areas which are not produced here with a fear of imperfection, do not seek to remove or eliminate the manual process of their creation.
Benoît Antille, curator
Marc Raymond's sculptures and paper cutouts constitute a fine example of works characterized by an effective economy of means. The materials used are very simple (plywood painted in a single color, paper), and the result of their assembly is very casual. The artist succeeds in showing the visitor all the splendors of the form in its most sober expression, also allowing him to take a fresh look at the space around him.
Katy Le Van, cultural journalist, Voir, Ottawa