Jean-François Fouilhoux is the French artist who forged world renown by relentlessly pursuing, in a literally monastic way, the elaboration of outstanding celadons and pieces born from an initially calligraphic sculptural approach but, in its purpose as much, if not above all, choreographic. Everything lies in the transcription in porcelain stoneware of an idea sketched during an inspired moment. In the workshop, to take action, without losing the liveliness of the original sketch, an often fatal passage for the preservation of all spontaneity, Jean-François invented his own tool, a long and thin flexible blade with at each end, a wooden handle. Here is an instrument of a tiny delicacy where each advance, each hesitation is inscribed forever in the dough it cuts. Its draft is reborn with all the nervousness of its origins and, sometimes even more! While waiting for its enamel, whose silkiness and depth rival the historical examples that populate museums around the world. Once again an exceptional exhibition, just for you.