Alongside his work as an architect, Orlane Zavaroni practiced ceramics and mosaics for twenty years, and settled in the Lot, with the project of creating his studio there.
Fascinated by the "first" arts and Romanesque art, she works on animal sculptures, sheep, penguins, owls... which she declines according to the principle of "theme and variations". His earthenware or sandstone pieces are fired in wood, then smoked with plants or patinated with beeswax tinted with ochres.
She also makes pebble mosaics for exterior floors (terraces, house entrance thresholds, etc.) or on freestanding panels (paintings, coffee tables, etc.).
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