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Saône De Stalh Az , 2016

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Saône De Stalh

France Born in: 1984

From her childhood, Saône de Stalh was immersed in the artistic culture since her mother helped her to develop her own artistic personality and his father is a talented photographer. She practiced and tried many mediums before finally dedicating to photography. After a first exhibition when she was only 16 years old, she decided to deepen her artistic style before representing again her artistic work to the public.

After giving birth, she decided to reorient herself to sculpture. Experiences after experiences, she learned to consolidate her technique in a completely autodidact manner. Interested by the monumental aspects of sculpture, she decided to use resin after one of her wooden sculpture collapsed. Her meeting with Pascal Rosier, a moulding and resin specialist, will be critical in her approach to this matter that she had never used.

Caring a lot about horse riding, that she practices, Saône de Stalh presented a rich collection of horse sculptures. She links this animal to the blue color that according to her represent the "dreaming and immaterial color". Each artwork has its own movement. The pieces can be placed alone or several together in the center of the table as a cavalcade of wild horses.

Lately her sculptures were exhibited at the Crazy Ride in Fontainebleu, in Châteaubourg, and in Batz-sur-Mer.

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Saône De Stalh, Az
Saône De Stalh, Az