Anne Laval, through her singular path, demonstrates that creation is not the fruit of chance but rather the sum of elements that reveal themselves over time.
Valérie Belmokhtar studied at the Olivier de Serres School of Applied Arts and at the Paris School of Fine Arts. Over time, this double curriculum led her to develop a multidisciplinary artistic practice
Veronique Pineau, self-taught artist creates assemblies on the principle of recycling.
Emmanuelle Pérat’s pastel fingertips give form to powerful drawings. Portraits and still lifes are the landscapes of her soul.
The artist’s approach in the middle of nature creates a new experience of drawing
Thibault Laget-Ro, an artist who is a witness to our times, shows us a painting which at first sight is smooth but which hides a different reality.
Jean-Christophe Ballot claims a meditative photography, whatever the subject and the place
Engraver, explorer of the City and of different techniques, Caroline Bouyer has also recently developed drawing
Isabelle Tournoud is a visual artist who works in both drawing and sculpture. She concretizes the fragility of what makes man and his environment
Ceramic artist whose glazes unfold on eternal forms.
Michaël Cailloux or the art of the drawn and engraved line. An artistic universe where Nature is the law.
Colette Grandgérard draws, sculpts, and builds bridges between Paris and her home country of Benin. Her works open up new paths
Atsuko Ishii, Japanese artist living in France since 1995 is an etcher
Artist from Tours, Coco Téxèdre embraces the feminine and the world, -present, past- through her multiple creations
Jean-Pierre Favreau has been capturing the world and a certain solitude through his lens for years, leading to a reflection on the human being
Carole Marchais is a visual artist creating sculptures and installations.
The ecosystem in all its forms is her field of investigation to create