From March 16 to April 15, 2023, we will be presenting some twenty porcelain pieces by the artist Bénédicte Vallet. Come and discover this magnificent work of weaving and assembly of porcelain pieces. We enter the universe of the artist through these pieces of great diversity.
The ZEBRES gallery is pleased to invite you to the opening of its next exhibition where will be presented, for the first time, a brand new and remarkable work of sculpture in stoneware signed ASTUGUEVIEILLE.Exhibition from November 30, 2022 to January 15, 2023
Some thirty original works, paintings, prints, totems and lithographies by Louise Cara exhibited from 28 November to 31 January 2019. These works have been selected from her series « Traits, Tectonic, Unité and Pavés Mosaïc ».The singularity of her technique lies in the choice of her materials and tools. It results in the exclusive use of an intense and deep black Japanese ink and a unique pigment, slate, fixed by a natural binder. The writing of her works is made up of signs, drawn mainly with a spatula and a calligraphy brush. Louise Cara seeks to strike a balance in oppositions: black/white, full/empty, soft/hard, horizontal/vertical. As if to install graphically a harmony of contrasts.
Some forty original works: paintings, ceramics, unique pieces of stoneware and porcelain by Isabelle Roux exhibited from 3 to 27 October 2019. Isabelle Roux has been creating for thirty years: ceramics, paintings, unique pieces of sandstone and porcelain. With a large number of exhibitions in France and abroad, experiences in Japan, China and India marked her career. Today she trains amateurs, students and professionals in her practice of ceramics.The primitive and humble appearance of her creations, the finesse of the work and the decoration incised in the material create a strong aesthetic register that is almost sacred.
Montaine R. reveals her sensitive universe and her quest for balance and harmony in her paintings. Her abstract paintings expresse with force and sincerity a subtle palette of feelings and impressions.