This screen with its large central medallion is inspired by the 'grisaille' stained glass panels of the sixteenth century and particularly by the grisaille windows of the Psyche gallery in the Castle of Chantilly.
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This divider plays on the charm and mystery of the veiled and the unveiled; the contrast between shadow and light, between dark undergrowth and a sunlit clearing.
The ballet of the dancing butterflies builds a sense of harmony; their wings let the light shine through while their colorful flapping heralds the return of spring.
Webs made of silk threads are inserted into the carved and stained oak frames of this work, which springs directly from the artist’s imaginary world.
Half way between past and present, the corseted chest of drawers is suggestive of a certain refinement.
Ellipse is a solid oak wood side table with a crack carved into the tabletop. Its base tinted in shades ranging from black to natural oak, evokes wooded undergrowth in fall colors.
Pair of tables with organic shapes, with a base sculpted and stained in shades ranging from black to natural oak... as an evocation of the undergrowth in autumn. Tray tinted with Chinese ink.