Daphne Corregan was born in 1954 in Pittsburgh USA.
She arrived in the south of France in 1971 to follow a first course in the schools of Fine Arts in Toulon and Marseille. She then joined Jean Biagini’s ceramic workshop at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Aix en Provence.
These courses enabled her to discover the different techniques of ceramic work such as the raku that she likes in particular, but also the smoke, the scraffito, engobe …
She began teaching her art at the plastics art school in Monaco in 1989.
Following many trips in Africa and also Asia. These experiences influenced her work and her artwork. She also draws inspiration from the ancestral traditions of ceramics but also from architecture and contemporary art.
This mastery of her art brings her many awards such as the medal of honor of the International Ceramic Contest in Faenza, Italy, or the Medal of Cultural Merit from the Principality of Monaco.
She is also a member of the International Academy of Ceramics.
Her work will be shown in numerous solo and group exhibitions across the globe.
We have had the pleasure of exhibiting it many times, in the Bel Œil showrooms, at the Sandrine Mons Gallery, and in solo shows at an edition of the FIAC satellite show Show Off.
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