Véronique MAURY – France

It was at a Nodate野 点 (an open air tea ceremony) that I first crossed paths with Véronique. Her ceramics, which accompanied our meals in the Vercors natural park, instantly convinced me that my project could not go ahead without them. From there, a discussion on the...

Patricia VIELJEUX – France

Patricia seems to indulge a little more in each of her pieces. Discreet and silent in personality, she’s intriguing. There is a secret language to her work…written more than spoken. Her forms are symbols and their subjects are profound. There are wines that give...

Manon CLOUZEAU – France

Manon, like the heroine of a novel, captures your attention as soon as you meet her. At her core, she enchants the world of the bowl with her softness and her poetic outlook on the world. For my sakés, I couldn’t find a better setting. The magic of tea populates her...

Helena BRIZIDO – Portugal

I had made a vow to only choose French ceramic artists and then I met Helena…In this sublime Japanese restaurant at the crossroads of Portugese flavours, MIDORI in Sintra, the chef gave me a gift: he gave me the name of his ceramicist. I was literally in shock. Who is...

Dorothée PICARD – France

Dorothy was love at first sight for me. From her porcelain moulded on ancient vegetables to her cups, plates and vases in chamotte earth, contrasting the rough against the crystalline interior glaze, I found everything was to my taste. You can sense the energy of...

Barbara LORMELLE – France

She works with porcelain beautifully, patiently bringing sculpted landscapes to life in the material. From the skies of Hokusai to the alleys of Tokyo, her teacups invite you to escape. Barbara also has an immense talent for enamelling her forms with clean lines. The...
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