Sculpture céramique&verre Coralys

MICHELE JARNOUX

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€1,400
The Coralys sculpture is part of the Mémoires de la Mer Collection. Coralys is inspired by the world of the sea. Its small flowers are filled with ...
  • Material : Sandstone and blue glass
  • Color : Beige stoneware and blue glass
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Sculpture céramique&verre Coralys

MICHELE JARNOUX

€1,400

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The Coralys sculpture is part of the Memories of the Sea Collection. Coralys is inspired by the world of the sea. Its small flowers are filled with molten glass. Unique piece signed by the artist. It is delivered with its certificate of authenticity.

  • Type precision : coffee cup
  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Suitable for outside use : Yes
  • Installation : To lay
  • Dimensions : H38 * L19 * P17 cm

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Sculpture decorative object in sandstone and blue glass.

Transform matter and create sculptural and mural works. For more than twenty years, Michèle Jarnoux has worked porcelain and sandstone with passion. Michèle is in search of innovation her research focuses on the effects of textures of the earth from which will be born the Collection "Memories of the sea" For a few years, she is particularly interested in the combination of two subjects: glass and earth.

Packaging adapted and neat. Shipping in France by Colissimo with signature and insurance. Shipping to Europe (Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands).

Craftsman

Transformer la matière et créer des oeuvres sculpturales et murales. Depuis plus de vingt ans Michèle Jarnoux travaille la porcelaine et le grès avec passion. Michèle est en quête d'innovation son axe de recherches se porte sur les effets de textures de la terre d'où naîtra la Collection "Mémoires de la mer" ou la Collection "Empreintes et variations". Depuis quelques années, elle s'intéresse particulièrement à l'association de deux matières le verre et la terre. Ses sculptures nous renvoient au monde minéral ou végétal et à l'univers de la mer.