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€190
This bee is made of annealed wire *, handmade in my workshop in Normandy. Each piece being unique, they can slightly ...
  • Material : Annealed wire
  • Color : Matte black to rust
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Sculpture Bee

Emilie Bredel

€190

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This bee is made of annealed wire *, handmade in my workshop in Normandy. Each piece being unique, they can slightly differ in shape (arrangement of the legs, wings, etc.) compared to the photos. This sculpture is to pose.

  • Type precision : Espresso cup
  • Type : Limited series
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Suitable for outside use : Yes
  • Installation : To lay
  • Dimensions : Dimensions (they can vary slightly from one room to another, each piece being made by hand): H8cm x W11cm x D17 cm

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Annealed iron wire is a wire that is subjected to long cooking that softens it compared to a conventional wire and gives it a matte black appearance. It is recommended not to expose this sculpture to moisture as the annealed wire is rough and may rust. Sculpture exclusively reserved for interior decoration, to keep out of reach of the youngest.

Each animal is, at first, studied in pencil under all its angles in order to choose the essential features that will tell the volume in the most refined way. Then I conceive it thread after wire by making knots (I do not do any welding).

Delivery is by Colissimo (parcel delivery service of La Poste) with monitoring and insurance. The parcel is delivered against signature. Sending in France and abroad. Each creation is accompanied by a user guide.

Craftsman

Née en 1981 et diplômée de l’Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs de Paris en 2006, Emilie Bredel exerce d'abord le métier de Designer textile, couleur et matière jusqu'en 2012. Elle décide alors de se consacrer à sa grande passion: le dessin. Parallèlement à une activité d’illustratrice, elle dessine en fil de fer un bestiaire aux traits empreints de douceur. Chaque sujet est d’abord étudié au crayon sous toutes ses coutures afin d’en choisir les principaux traits qui permettront de dire le volume de la façon la plus épurée possible. Elle ne fait aucune soudure mais des nœuds. Elle conçoit fil après fil son sujet en s’assurant à chaque fois que le volume fonctionne aussi bien de profil que de face. Ce qui offre une belle surprise car ces illustrations 3D génèrent des ombres portées changeantes selon les sources de lumière. En petite série ou pièce unique, en 2D ou en 3D, chaque pièce est réalisée à la main dans son atelier à Rouen.