Designed in torsion, my works give the illusion of a verticality to precarious balance, like a calligraphy in space. My glazes seek to accentuate a contrast, or simply recreate the tumult of colors in nature. My stoneware sculptures aim to praise the human and primitive nature. Being designed in twisting, my works often create the illusion of verticality submitted to a shaky balance. Vertical cuts and horizontal lacerations let crack the whole set, scoring a second level of fragility when I attempt to reach the human. My glazes are seeking to accentuate contrast, asymmetry, or simply try to recreate the tumult of colours in nature. But if a grog stoneware shape succeeds to play with light as some calligraphy in space, I do not hesitate to let talk naked fired ceramic by itself and exclude glaze.
Ateliers d’Art de France Member