Héloïse Bariol practices glazed clay traditionally used to produce everyday objects.
It allows, as much in the manufacturing as in the multiple use of the produced objects, a great freedom.
Héloïse makes dishes in unique pieces or in small series. As well as furniture and interior pieces such as stools, umbrella stands, or shelves.
Her créations are made in red earthenware turned or
shaped, engobed, more or less decorated with metallic oxydes, cooked in an electric oven at a temperature of 1080 °C.
HÉLOÏSE FOLLOWED THE TRAINING OF THE MAISON DE LA CERAMIQUE DE DIEULEFIT (DROME, SOUTH EAST OF FRANCE) THEN WORKED 3 YEARS IN JÉRÔME GALVIN’S WORKSHOP.
SHE IS LIVING AND WORKING IN ROUEN SINCE NOVEMBER 2014