Ateliers d'Art de France



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7 October to 10 November


A unique piece of jewellery to immortalise a birth, baptism or communion, or an item of everyday jewellery: the Talents boutique is seeking to educate children about unique, hand-made objects, jewellery to be treasured for a lifetime. Or to instil the lure of ephemeral jewellery that children dream about.

Fine craftsworkers: Armel Barraud, Bernadette Epitalon, Désidéro Bijoux, Lilas Force, Lucy Luce, Madrigal Bijoux, Monochromatiques – Isabelle Chen, Stefano Poletti, Ribambelle

6 October to 10 November

The animal sculptures of Athena Jahantigh

“Athena Jahantigh’s animal sculptures carry on their arched backs an immense iconographic heritage linking them to the parietal art of her native Persia, a source of affective and nostalgic inspiration for this artist, who has lived and worked in France since 2003. Combining this perfectly with her other great source of inspiration, cave paintings, she produces small, magical, hieratic and callipygian animals with strong, sensual forms and a highly modern sculptural presence. These are deep-rooted contemporary sculptures.” Nigel Atkins

Until 30 september


After the summer break, the Talents boutique welcomes two creators who work with clay: Jade, a sculptor whose intimate world seems to have come from an ageless, timeless fairy tale in which gentleness and melancholy are mixed together. And Bérangère Noyau, a ceramist who creates tableware or decorative objects for everyday use in order to gather people together, encourage sharing and delight in the joys of the present moment.


Glass in the spotlight

The Talents Etoile boutique is hosting two workshops that are passionate about glass.

Founders of the Atelier Verglass, Julie Johnson and Eric Lemaire unveil a whole range of decorative objects, jewellery and dinnerware combining modernity, creativity and colour.

For her part, Tai Kazumi, who was born on a small Japanese island, draws most of her inspiration from water. Most of her work is based on the play of light through transparent or opaque glass, producing shapes that change and float through time and space.

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