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Monica  Rozanès, sculptures-branches 

As a sculptor, she experiments with the handling of materials and their translucency. His sculptures reveal refined and abstract forms such as the sphere, the cube, the steles and the totems, with an appearance that is alternately torn or soft. Her jewels imitating the branches and tormented forms of nature, explore raw minerals such as agate, amethyst, or quartz. In both cases, the external form interests him less than the heart of things.

Monique Rozanes, bronze pendant, amethyst geode, circa 1970

  • Monique Rozanes amethyst pendant, Parvine Curie torque 

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