Juliette Clovis, an artist from Bordeaux, France, creates porcelain sculptures that look so mesmerizing and amazing, and we want to share them with you.
A central point of Clovis’s work is a representation of a woman, though, in most of her works, the human figure is not present, and is replaced by wildlife and floral elements. The pieces she works on somehow move between picturing the announcements of the birth of a new living being, human bodies that are half-animals, half-vegetables and death caused by a disenfranchised nature that wants its rights back. The main topic she is focused on is metamorphosis, and that’s visible through symbols of snakes, butterflies or eggs, that are already known to the history of art.
In her works, Clovis mixes times and cultures, trying to create communication between modern and traditional worlds. Her art is using a traditional medium, and already known symbols, but the pieces she makes are unique and modern, as well as the issues she’s focused on.
After finishing extensive studies in art history, law, sculpture and graphic design, Clovis has exhibited her work in many international contexts during the last ten years.
We found her art quite appealing, and we recommend visiting her Instagram account for more!