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€980
Luminous sculpture on the marine theme. This unique piece was made in "porcelain knit" material that I developed by experiment ...
  • Material : Knitting porcelain
  • Color : White
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Light Sculpture Solena

sophie luline céramiste

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Luminous sculpture on the marine theme. This unique piece was made in "porcelain knit" material that I developed by experimentation in 2016. The creation was fired at 1290 ° then I applied a red porcelain paint to emphasize the shape and remind the cord A second baking at 680 ° was necessary to permanently fix the watermark. Porcelain provides beautiful translucent effects reminiscent of corals. This sculpture will put a soft atmosphere in your interior.

  • Type precision : painting representing a plant
  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Bulb supplied : Yes
  • Number of lights : 1
  • Dimensions : 28 cm in diameter
  • Suitable for outside use : Yes

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

The sculpture can be placed on a piece of furniture or suspended indoors. It is equipped according to the European standards of a red electric cord (covered cotton) with switch.

I wanted to represent banal things, that we do not look really, and present them in a different way. The foliage is stylized and treated in a range of walleyes and greens that allows the flower to express its color better, very discreet.

The creation will be delivered with a certificate of authenticity. A low energy bulb is included.

Craftsman

The palpable spontaneity. The work of Sophie Luline is inspired by water and the marine environment. She plays with the materials: porcelain and various sandstones, enamels and glass to obtain drops and enamels reminiscent of the liquid element, in subtle colors. She shapes by hand in spontaneous gestures and turns according to ancestral techniques that she has appropriated. The forms, the artist draws them in the marine natural element, the vegetable life. She takes us into her universe full of poetry and meaning: Man connects with nature and his responsibilities. She lives between lakes and mountains in a hamlet near Chambéry.