Sculpture ceramics & glass DESSINE MOI LA MER

MICHELE JARNOUX

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€700
Draw me the sea is an abstract sculpture. You will see glass in the center. Several firings were necessary at high temperature, the ...
  • Material : Sandstone and molten glass
  • Color : Blue
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Sculpture ceramics & glass DESSINE MOI LA MER

MICHELE JARNOUX

€700

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This description has been automatically translated and may not be completely accurate.

Draw me the sea is an abstract sculpture. You will see glass in the center. Several firings were necessary at high temperature, the work is covered with enamel with a juice of oxides. Unique piece delivered with its certificate of authenticity.

  • Type precision : Portrait, Porcelain and Gold Portrait Necklace
  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Suitable for outside use : Yes
  • Installation : To lay
  • Dimensions : H16 * L32 * P33 cm

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Sculpture in sandstone and molten glass in the center of the room. Email and oxides several firings at high temperature.

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 "Memories of the Sea" Collection or the "Impressions and Variations" Collection. In recent years, she has been particularly interested in the combination of two materials, glass and earth. His sculptures refer us to the mineral or vegetable world and to the world of the sea.

Packaging adapted and neat. Free shipping for France by carrier with signature and insurance. Shipping to Europe (Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands).

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Transform the material 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 "Memories of the Sea" Collection or the "Impressions and Variations" Collection. In recent years, she has been particularly interested in the combination of two materials, glass and earth. His sculptures refer us to the mineral or vegetable world and to the world of the sea.