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Confirmed ceramist, Arielle de Gasquet discovered a passion for porcelain since several years. She works essentially this material for the poetry of its whiteness and transparency which fascinates her, and develop her own enamels. In 2009, in the ceramist’s, Togei Kyoshitsu, workshop located in New York, she began to learn the method of tour, with a Japanese spirit. When she returned in Europe, in June, 2016, she obtained her CAP (diploma) of ceramic turner. Arielle de Gasquet lives and works in Paris.

Confirmed ceramist, Arielle de Gasquet discovered a passion for porcelain since several years. She works essentially this material for the poetry of its whiteness and transparency which fascinates her, and develop her own enamels. In 2009, in the ceramist's, Togei Kyoshitsu, workshop located in New York, she began to learn the method of tour, with a Japanese spirit. When she returned in Europe, in June, 2016, she obtained her CAP (diploma) of ceramic turner. Arielle de Gasquet lives and works in Paris.