One dœs not grow up in Corsica without being marked forever by its incomparable sunrises and sunsets, by the deep green of the moss on the granite, by the richness of the palette of the maquis or by the brilliant blues of the sea under the red rock of Scandola and the white chalk of the cliffs of Bonifacio. After twenty years as a freelance press agent in Paris, Fabienne Rossi took the time in 2020 to devote herself fully to ceramics, which had long attracted her. She completed her training with the ceramist Noémie Niddam Hosoï. The dialogue with the material is a revelation, an amalgam of strength and delicacy that fits her personality.
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Under the palms of her hands, in a strange alchemy revealed by the firing process, emerge the reminiscences of multiple wonders: from Danish design to Japanese culture and Italian cuisine.
Constantly on the alert, her eye has found a new frame. Fabienne Rossi stages her creations while giving free rein to her other passion, photography. Fascinated by the arts of the table, curious and greedy since always, she cannot help but discreetly turn over the plates of restaurants and rejoice at the sight of a beautiful table; a pleasure multiplied by sharing. In her workshop in Porto-Vecchio, in the middle of the maquis, she creates functional but unique ceramics. Imagined from the loaf of raw clay, plates, bowls, cups and vases are designed to accommodate whatever they look like, to harmonise or mismatch according to the circumstances.
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Fabienne Rossi

Fabienne Rossi