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Laurette Broll's workshop is in the heart of the 14th arrondissement in Paris. This ceramist offers a wide palette of colors - of enamels - that she works in m at or shiny, satin or crystallized, or even rough. Its fine pieces in white sandstone are enhanced by the naturalness and uniqueness of its colors.
A graduate of a DMA in synthetic materials, Laurette worked at her beginnings in a design company and by dint of interacting with craftsmen on a daily basis, this certainly contributed to her desire for her to also do crafts. Because of her love for food and for art she thought of becoming a food designer. But it was after a trip to Vietnam for 6 months, and his meeting with ceramists on site that it all started. There she will even participate in a project with local ceramists.
On her return, she did a 6 month filming training followed by a modeling / plaster and enamel training. And his ever-present obsession with food - and now ceramics - obviously push him to use utility.
Very fine, given that the enamel has enough personality, the shape should not be exposed too much to pay homage to the color according to Laurette. The shapes have been thought out very utilitarian for everyday objects. It's really the dishes that interests her, she doesn't feel like an artist.
Laurette's color chart really reflects on soft and smooth color for food.
She devotes a lot of time to her enamels, always creating new colors. There are 100 colors on its color chart, and 15 still to be finalized. A love for color! That's why she turned to plastics at the beginning because there are many colors in this field, and it is in ceramics that she found them.