CORNU Clara

Clara Cornu wants the viewer to have physical contact with her work. Her golden cylinders as well as her lacquered spheres can be handled on their pedestals. Her glass paintings are exhibited as part of a piedouche, a kind of sculpture/furniture piece. Specifically designed for Art Paris in ash, these pieces are either like small cabinets or actual pieddouches with the paintings sliding in and out on all four sides. “My works of art are meant to reach out to the viewer.” Clara Cornu imagined this piece of furniture to display her glass paintings. Pull any of the four horizontally sliding panels to reveal one of the paintings. For Art Paris, she has also designed small cabinets to display 20 x 20 cm glass paintings. Her work is focused on developing two themes: “The story of Georges and Louise” and “The Praticians”. Clara CORNU (born in 1987) wants the viewer to have physical contact with her work. Her golden cylinders as well as her lacquered spheres can be handled on their pedestals. Her glass paintings are exhibited as part of a piedouche, a kind of sculpture/furniture piece. Specifically designed for Art Paris in ash, these pieces are either like small cabinets or actual pieddouches with the paintings sliding in and out on all four sides.

Quelques oeuvres

  • CORNU Clara Traversée en apnée, Peinture sous verre, 21x21cm 2019

  • CORNU Clara Le plus haut sommet du monde, Bois, feuilles d'argent oxydées, huile, 2016

  • CORNU C. Bataille Bois, feuilles d'or, ø55cm, piét. métal HT180cm. 2013