MARIE MADELEINE VITROLLES 1957 ,France

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To MarieGMadeleine Vitrolles, it all started with "Terracotta" material: rough or soft, malleable and sensual.

From art class to glazing or raku trainings, she learned to tame « Terracotta » over time while asserting its presence.

Gradually, she approached the world of ceramics and the woman chosen to translate oscillating between feelings of vulnerability, fear of breaking a fragile balance, impotence, and strength; were born so long and proud female figures, the burned bodies, like flayed, but who keep to the bottom of them a hope.

Today, the artist combines her modeling work to that of the composition to emphasize her favorite themes: solitude or expectation, sharing and complicity.

Made of sandstone grog (thicker dotted with small grains), covered with slip (porcelain with oxides) and enamelled, MarieGMadeleine's ceramic women have been exhibited since 2002 in numerous festivals, galleries and salons in France and exclusively at the French Arts Factory in Paris since September 2015.