Born in 1928 - France
Yves Mohy (1928 - 2004) studied architecture at the Beaux-Arts School in Paris, then ceramic at the Art and Craft School in Paris also.
Yves Mohy and his wife arrived at La Borne in 1955: the post-war period was difficult for everyone; the isolation and poverty of this village of potters didn't make things any easier. In 1973, he came back to Paris and in 1975 he became a ceramic teacher at the Beaux-Arts School of Bourges. He settled in the Lot in 1977, in Cahors and in 1981 he left for the Lot-et-Garonne. The same year, he was named teacher at the Beaux-Arts School of Limoges. In 1993, Yves Mohy left for L'Hérault.
He always worked sandstone, first to create useful pieces, adding engobes, mastering the cooking to obtain surfaces of a great fineness. Then he combined to sandstone other materials as wood, cast iron, slate, etc. creating highly architectural pieces.
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