I’m coming back to you to give you the results of the Art Workshop 2019 Paca and Corsica for which I was selected with my cloak Tenebrae, masterpiece of my collection Sortilèges.
Unfortunately, I didn’t win the contest but it’s an honor to have been selected to participate and see my work appreciated.
On the other hand, I was able to discover the work of other craftsmen, discuss with them their career and see the diversity of talents of these two regions.I remind you that the works of each are exposed to the Maison de l’Artisanat et des Métiers d’Art in Marseille until July 20th, 2019, 21 Cours Honore d’Estienne d’Orves (13001).
Here is the list of contest participants and a link to their respective works:
Jocelyne Bosschot, Ceramist
Natacha Heitz, Woodcarver
Bernard Caillet, Wood turner
Delphine Dénéréaz, Manufacturer of tapestries
Antoine Pierini , Glass sculptor and blower
Françoise Autric, Textile objects manufacturer
Sullivan Paniel, Cabinet maker
Nicolas Damgé, Woodcarver (gagnant paca)
Manuela Biocca, Textile designer
Christine Fabre Bourgeois, Bookbinder
Pierre-Olivier Genton-Orsini, stained-glass window maker
Alix Gauffreau, Saddle maker – Fine leather
Christine Ollivier, Jeweller
Jocelyne Boyer, Glass worker, decorator (gagnant corse)
Damien Duval Filippi, Woodcarver
In parallel with the exhibition Atelier d’Art de France there is another exhibition entitled Consul’Art 2019 – 7th edition, an exhibition initiated by the International and European Relations Department of the City of Marseille, whose concept consists in presenting artistic and craft works of foreign countries represented in Marseille.Nearly 40 countries are represented and more than 60 original works are exhibited combining art and craftsmanship.