Mural Voyage Imaginaire aux Iles Marquises - Crique aux dauphins

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Enamelled copper plate front and back with jewel enamels, in a presentation frame that can be hung on the wall or placed.
  • Material : Copper plate - Enamels
  • Color : Blue Lagoon, Ocean Blue, Yellow Sand
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Mural Voyage Imaginaire aux Iles Marquises - Crique aux dauphins

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

Enamelled copper plate front and back with jewel enamels, in a presentation frame that can be hung on the wall or placed.

  • Type personnalisé : Board
  • Type : Pièce unique
  • Certificat d’authenticité : Yes
  • Convient en extérieur : Yes
  • Installation : À fixer
  • Dimensions : Approximately 10 x 10 cm - Framed 22 x 22cm

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Enamel is a glass product close to the crystal, very refined, colored with the help of metal oxides. The art of the enameller is to fix the enamel powder on a metal support (gold, silver, bronze, copper) by short successive cooking, of the order of 800 ° C. These successive firings are imposed by the fact that not all colors cook at the same temperatures.

Story of an Imaginary Trip to the Marquesas Islands ... during one night, dolphins arrived in my enamelled cove. Do you see their air bubbles above the water?

Handmade in the Val d'Oise (France) - Unique Piece

Craftsman

It is in the heart of equatorial Africa where Anne lived for 20 years, that her senses, her curiosity and her imagination were exacerbated. Marked by the bewitching power of colors, smells, sounds and flavors, her journey has continued to lead her to areas of creativity. Email sprinkled dry or mixed with water, his apprehension of the material is free. Like a watercolourist, she plays with fire hazard on enamel and copper, as with that of water pigmented on paper. Anne deposits, distributes, observes, guides, tames. It favors transparent enamels to reveal the essence of glass and the oxidation of copper, thus inviting the eye to plunge into a universe of nitescences, stigmata and signs.