Born in 1981 - France
Rozenn Bigot is a French ceramic artist born in 1981, originally from Brittany. She studied at Beaux-Arts Toulouse and did her CNIFOF training, with Claude Champy. Rozenn Bigot has been working for over 10 years at Saint-Amand Puisaye, traditionally known as the ceramic center in France, where the artist works with clay pits.
Rozenn Bigot draws inspiration from natural phenomena namely matters in motion, the mineral and vegetable world and has been doing graphic research. The artist admires the greatness of handmade objects which enrich our daily life. She is particularly interested in the balance between technical mastery and spontaneous gesture. Rozenn Bigot manufactures her own enamel from natural crushed materials and has a passion for creative work using fire.
She's constantly evolving and has recently focused her research on the "chawan", a ceramic bowl used to drink powdered green tea called "matcha" that she discovered while traveling to Korea and Japan. The chawan is shaped quite simply, but is a true work of art and one of the most important traditions of tea.
Bigot's ceramics were mostly exhibited during the 7th Parcours de la Céramique et des Arts du Feu in 2014, the "INSPIRATION D'ASIE" exhibition in 2014 in Saint-Sauveur-en-Puisaye, at the Centre Céramique Contemporaine in La Borne in 2014, not to mention at the Regional Museum of pottery in Ger during same year.
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