capsule de lychnis graines de pissenlit
graine de mucuna étoile de badiane graine de mucuna graine de mucuna

Those pieces were made between 1999 and today. They are mainly fired clay with the odd porcelain or cast sandstone pieces.

Those sculptures invite us to journey across the amazing world of seeds. Between naturalism and poetry, they introduce us to the unexpected shapes seeds. Even though we know many plants, we seldom notice their seeds and would be hard pressed to recognize them.
Each seed contains a soon to be organism with his parents history encoded within.

Everyone of those pieces tell us about his trip: Pods open, akenes take off, beans fall fall into the rivers and drift folowing the stream.

Some added texts and materials will expand upon the modeled shape reinforcing the idea that the seed brings life, hope and heredity.