Marion Guillermin's delicate and diluted pieces rub shoulders with Aline Lafollie's crockery and sculpture, which focus on the use, touch and emotion of the object. Matte enamels with nuances.
Léa Brodiez creates pieces in which the rhythm of the shaping and the decoration are in harmony to give each piece a singular variation.
Colour and humour are evident in the work of Sophy Mc Keith, a low-temperature utilitarian pottery that is baroque and colourful!
Finally, the fire of Lauriane Firoben's wood-fired pottery appeals to us. Her terra sigillata expresses the alchemy of earth, fire and smoke. The pieces vibrate with solar flames or vaporous mists.