Pierre Bernard Biography, Age, Artist, Designer, Recliner Of Rage

Pierre Bernard
Pierre Bernard

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Pierre Bernard Biography

Pierre Bernard (1875-1955) was an influential figure. In the development of yoga in the United States in the early 20th century. He was born in France and raised in Switzerland. Bernard’s father, a physician who had studied in India, introduced him to yoga, which deeply influenced him through the teachings of the Indian sage Swami Vivekananda. And he traveled to India in 1893 to study with him.

Pierre Bernard Age

Bernard has not yet disclosed his year of birth.

Pierre Bernard Artist

He studied at the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. And has exhibited his work extensively in France. As well as in other countries such as the United States, Germany, and Japan.

Bernard’s paintings often feature vibrant colors and bold shapes that suggest movement and energy. The abstract expressionist movement has influenced him, along with the work of artists such as Wassily Kandinsky and Joan Miró. Critics have described Bernard’s work as “lyrical abstraction.” A term used to describe a style of abstract art that emphasizes expressive brushwork and an emphasis on color and form.

In addition to painting, Bernard has also worked in other mediums such as sculpture and printmaking. He has been the recipient of several awards and honors for his work. Including the Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres from the French government in 1997.

Pierre Bernard’s Recliner Of Rage

Drawing pens

Pierre stated that the manufacturer discontinued the drawing pen brand he enjoyed.

Bottle caps

He was collecting a certain type of Snapple bottle cap for an art project. Only to find that the caps had changed in design.


Pierre complained on one segment about the increasing number of Robotech DVDs. It prompted a “response” from robotech.com about the complaint and an offer to send Bernard a free complete collection of the DVDs.

Action figures

The segment sees Pierre complaining about the Justice League Unlimited action figures.


Pierre complains about the seasonal release of the Nabisco snack Mallomars because despite the company’s claims its limited release is due to summer temperature and the difficulty in storing them in such heat. Other chocolate covered-related products are still regularly produced and distributed.

Case Closed

He complains about The Cartoon Network putting Case Closed on during Cowboy Bebop’s usual airtime. Pierre dislikes Case Closed’s campy 1970s style tunes compared to Cowboy Bebop’s jazzy ones which helped him sleep. Coincidentally, Case Closed’s main character takes the assumed first name of Conan.

Stargate SG-1

One segment garnered Pierre a cult following in the Stargate SG-1 community. Its initial segment was a complaint that Stargate SG-1 was better without Dr. Daniel Jackson (played by Michael Shanks). Michael had left SG-1 after the fifth season only to return for the seventh season, and Pierre felt Jackson’s involvement with the team averted too many action sequences.

After the SG-1 production team saw the sketch, they were so much excited that Bernard gave SG-1 national TV publicity that they offered him an extra role on an episode of SG-1 as a technician named O’Brien (for Conan O’Brien).

Late Night recorded and aired a remote segment of his filming process, and they asked him if he would return for another episode. He responded by showing a clip of his character getting shot after greeting an off-screen Dr. Jackson.

They invited Pierre to an SG-1 convention as a famous guest, and Late Night also recorded and aired it as a “remote.”

In the 200th episode of SG-1, Bernard appeared as a zombied O’Brien and was shot by a main character. The May 5, 2006, episode of Late Night with Conan O’Brien showed the behind-the-scenes production of the episode.

The Scifi World interviewed Pierre about his appearances on SG-1 in 2006.

After the show’s cancellation, he returned in another segment of Recliner, where he complained to the Sci Fi Network regarding the show’s cancellation

In a follow-up sketch to this rant, O’Brien announced that he would do Pierre a favor by having Jon Lovitz call the Sci Fi Channel to ask programming executive Mark Stern to reverse the cancellation.

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