Ceramic with a human face
Ceramists Daniel Derock and Loïc de Bailliencourt, inspired by the 20th century and, in particular, by post-war Art Deco, from the 1950s to the 1980s. Respectively former archivist and scientific officer, they have been creating since 2007 ceramics with figurative lines and primitive aesthetics, echoing the human values that are dear to them, such as hope and solidarity.
With an aesthetic inspired by Picasso, the Cloutier brothers or Derval, the duo works with ceramics using three different techniques: turning, modeling and colombinage - assembly of clay sausages to create a shape - and for some pieces, a hand-painted finish. 'E-mail.
Dalo ceramics are available from LECLAIREUR Hérold.