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€80
Slightly domed ceramic disc with different material aspects.
  • Material : Ceramic
  • Color : Ocher, terra cotta
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Murale Planète

Elisabeth Bourget

€80

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Slightly domed ceramic disc with different material aspects.

  • Type : Limited series
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Suitable for outside use : Yes
  • Installation : To fix
  • Dimensions : 23cm in diameter

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Ceramic work with a wall hanging on the back.

This wall work is in line with the theme of "rocks" with a work of materials: I mix earths of different colors with engobes made with oxides (cobalt, copper, iron, manganese ...), they are sometimes polished or encrusted with shiny enamel or even pieces of glass. 2 or 3 cooking at 1000 °. These planets are an invitation to a journey that is both visual and tactile.

Comes with the wall hanger.

Craftsman

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Born in 1956, Elisabeth Bourget, an architect by training, has always linked her taste for artistic practice and for the natural sciences. At 40, the age of a turning point, she embarked on the path of ceramic creation with training at the Maison de la Céramique in Dieulefit then created the Atelier du Grand Chemin in the green setting of Center-Ardèche. She plays there on the different strings of her bow to develop her personal creation: the "Rocks" which implement the geological process: Sedimentation, folding, crevices from which the shine of the enamel or glass is exuded, making think of the crystals of the geodes, sometimes invite the eye to penetrate inside. Sometimes rough, sometimes polished surfaces offer a vibrant sensuality to the touch. the "fellows" with whom she rediscovers the dynamics of sketches taken from life and other decorative objects where architectural landscapes take place.