Piece handmade in Paris by Céline Fischer
Céline Fischer is a fan of unknown lands. These are all the lands of the art world that she has traveled since a young age to train initially in France, England and Italy, in drawing, painting then mosaic - so many materials serving the language of his imagination.
After a first stopover in the world of fashion and then gastronomy, Céline put on her seven-league boots to travel to Japan — land of purity and shadows. With this instinctive taste for contrasting skies and the colors of nature, she decided to put her hands back into the earth to create shapes that were simple, precise and useful. From then on, she continued her journey and refined her actions in a Japanese ceramic workshop in Paris and with different ceramists passing through the capital.
Today, she has returned to her region of the 18th arrondissement of Paris where, enriched by her travels, she chooses to explore local lands (Burgundy or Normandy sandstone) and studies enamels to shape objects from daily life whose sensuality recalls the gourmet and curious stories of a traveler with a keen eye.
MATERIALS : Treigny sandstone
COOKING : Electric in oxidation
TECHNIQUE : On the potter’s wheel
EMAIL : semi-matte, from personal research
COLOR : white with shades of beige
DIMENSIONS : Ø approximately 9.5cm, height 5cm, 180 ml
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NOTE: Like any handcrafted product, these pieces may have slight variations in shape, color and thickness.