Born in Clermont-Ferrand, France, 1967
Ecole du Louvre, History of Art at Sorbonne-Paris, ENSAA-Duperré, Manufactures Nationales; holds a diploma from the Centre Artisanal de la Terre
Ceramist Fabienne Auzolle studied primitive firing techniques in Burkina Faso and glazed earthenware in Italy. She has taught the plastic arts and ceramics since 1990. She exhibits regularly abroad (US, Norway, Brussels, Korea, Singapore) and in France (including at the Musée d’Art et d’Industrie Roubaix-La Piscine in 2014), and produces luxuriant works of art "for touching", which mingle cultures and centuries, and are redolent of beliefs and myths. Her creations mainly strive to transcribe the power of the elements through glazed ceramic Figures, all devoted to women. In Déesse et mère, Femme-idole and Femme-Arbre de Vie, she creates an ideal, mystical, dream-like image of Woman in majesty. But her Figures can also be full of the lightness, vitality and causticity of female society – thoroughly knowing in any age!