Faustine Cayol

I was born in the south of France in the land of santons,

one autumn morning 1991.

Working with my hands has always been obvious to me, drawing and painting have always followed me, music, photography and other artistic disciplines will later complete my learning.

I meet the land after a literary baccalaureate in Aubagne,

a bit by chance.

I decided to take the route of clay rather than that of the plastic arts faculty and I joined the ceramic school of Aubagne in 2013 in CAP decoration on ceramics then a second year in 2014 in CAP filming, will follow a third and final year of training at the Maison de la Céramique de Dieulefit in 2015.

One year after the end of my training course, 2016,

the workshop is born, the collection is refined and takes shape,

a character asserts itself,

Terre Sauvage was born.

 

 

Regional Silver Medal at the Competition

'One of the best apprentices in France 2013' in Ceramic Decoration '

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THE BRAND

Wild Earth Ceramic

is a French brand

fully thought out and designed

by Faustine Cayol

The workshop was born in May 2016, in Gémenos (13)

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I chose sandstone to tell my story, it inspires me,

I mainly shape it by turning and stamping.

After the creation of the object, the decoration is placed on earthen slips, using a needle I will engrave, sgraffiter, scratch

matter; she then takes me to distant countries

where I travel through the ages, there appear lines, dots,

lines, little creatures ... some call them

ghosts, others cockroaches, cicadas, moomins, cotton candy… for me it will be the Druids.

After shaping and decorating, a first firing

is carried out at 960 ° C.

I will then add the last decorative elements

as well as the enamel and anneal at 1260 ° c.

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The material is transformed and the colors appear, a harmony of shades close to nature are born.

Some pieces require a third firing at 780 ° c

to stare at the timidly laid gold.

I like the way gold illuminates an object, it brings a precious side and completes the process of making the piece.

In addition to this, you need to know more about it.

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