MIRAMONTES

Miramontes © Marciano Contemporary
Bout du monde | Isabel Miramontes Artist | sculpture bronze | Galerie Mickaël Marciano Place des Vosges Paris.

Bout du monde


Bronze

H65 cm

Le vent se lève | Isabel Miramontes Artist | sculpture bronze | Galerie Mickaël Marciano Place des Vosges Paris.

Le vent se lève


Bronze

H60 cm

En attendant | Isabel Miramontes Artist | sculpture bronze | Galerie Mickaël Marciano Place des Vosges Paris.

En attendant


Bronze

H110 cm

Modus Vivendi | Isabel Miramontes Artist | sculpture bronze | Galerie Mickaël Marciano Place des Vosges Paris.

Modus Vivendi


Bronze

H55 cm

Intimidad | Isabel Miramontes Artist | sculpture bronze | Galerie Mickaël Marciano Place des Vosges Paris.

Intimidad


Bronze

H80 cm

Songe | Isabel Miramontes Artist | sculpture bronze | Galerie Mickaël Marciano Place des Vosges Paris.

Songe


Bronze

48 x 30 x 48 cm

Mira Monumentale | Isabel Miramontes Artist | sculpture bronze | Galerie Mickaël Marciano Place des Vosges Paris.

Mira Monumentale


Bronze

70 x 195 x 70 cm

Corps Accord | Isabel Miramontes Artist | sculpture bronze | Galerie Mickaël Marciano Place des Vosges Paris.

Corps Accord


Bronze

25 x 103 x 30 cm

MIRAMONTES

BIOGRAPHIE

Isabel Miramontes is born in Santiago de Compostella (Spain). This eminent place of pilgrimage, which is of Celtic origin, still fascinates her and remains for her a magical area. However the artist grew up and did her studies in Belgium. She obtained a teaching diploma in Fine Arts at the Institut Sainte Marie. She continued her training at the Fine Arts Academy of Saint-Gilles, in Patrick Pouillart’s studio, where she acquired a solid experience of drawing and sketching from live models.

It was in a sculptor friend’s studio, that she discovered and fell in love with sculpture. It became her preferred mode of expression. Every day, Miramontes shuts herself up in her studio. There, echoing her sketches, she fervently fashions the clay, explores new shapes to give body to her interior life and convey her vision of the world. Struck by a silhouette, a movement, a symbol, a thought, Isabel Miramontes translates the human pose with profound and sincere emotion.

The visual language of Miramontes represents the human being in all the ambiguity of its power and fragilty. It shows its confinement and yearning for liberty, its dreams and triumphs. Her fascinating figure, the synthesis of forms and thoughts, expresses the reality of life with its moments. It can be moments of joy, but also drama and introspection.

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