The works of Jean-François Fouilhoux are the culmination of some of the most unique research in contemporary French ceramics. Long a potter with a particular knowledge of enamels, he was able to concentrate for seven years on the narrow path of celadons to understand and master what is undoubtedly the most majestic enamel of the old Song masters. At the same time, Jean-François has developed a new shaping technique that allows him to create forms of astonishing diversity and richness. These pieces dressed in these luxurious enamels are currently among the most original and popular creations in contemporary ceramics. Pieces by Jean-François Fouilhoux can be found in the permanent collections of the Musée de Sèvres and the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris.