Soma [R3GNT14].2 - Sculpture en grès modelé émaillé

Célia Trottier - Artiste céramiste

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Soma [R3GNT14] .2 - Small tripod sculpture with large legs, in black chamotte sandstone, textured, green enamelled - Unique piece
  • Material : Stoneware and enamel
  • Color : bronze green with black accents
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Soma [R3GNT14].2 - Sculpture en grès modelé émaillé

Célia Trottier - Artiste céramiste

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Soma [R3GNT14] .2 - Small tripod sculpture with large legs, in black chamotte sandstone, textured, green enamelled - Unique piece

  • Type precision : small sculpture
  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Dimensions : H 27 x Ø 10 cm
  • Suitable for outside use : No

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Decorative sculpture to pose, art, fetish, little companion.

The SOMAs were born from an unexpected journey. From an idea that the gesture and the material take elsewhere. A first form emerges, strange, on four feet, a little alive. This form begins a search for movement, unstable balance, textures, living, without figuration. Spherical or oval, tripod or quadrupedal bodies, sometimes perched on long legs. Bodies, SOMA. Animal, vegetable, fungus, mineral, celestial. Undetermined bodies.

The material lives throughout the creation process: drying, firing, enamelling. This evolution marks the piece with unique characteristics. Packaging in a double cardboard box which makes the package substantial but will allow it to be transported in complete safety.

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Célia Trottier - Artiste céramiste

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Practice and accident are at the heart of my creation process. The images that inhabit me, transposed into clay, are transformed through sandstone modeling, experimentation, the constraints of the earth and high temperature cooking. Sometimes, the modeling with the pinch or the columbine leads me to new contours. Hammering, pushing or imprinting creates an alteration, a texture. The enamel depending on the thickness, the color of the support or the position in the oven, creates improbable surfaces. Cooking causes distortions, falls, miraculous surprises. The practice of the material says something other than the figures on which my imagination feeds. The practice generates its own forms. Which themselves produce multiple imaginaries.