Elena Di Giovani
Elena Di Giovanni, born in 1993 to French and German parents, discovered her passion for art very early in her life. She’s always looking for new ways to experiment with different art forms (drawing, painting, wax, plaster, ceramic and bronze) while focusing on sculpting life-like creations. “When I sculpt a human body, I try to show the soul, feelings and strength that animate it.” She is especially fascinated by the “lost-wax casting” technique (in French “Cire perdue”). With this technique she is able to add a lot of very fine detail to her more solid sculptures. Elena builds a strong emotional connection between observer and sculpture.
- Diplôme des Métiers d’Art en céramique – lycée Léonard de Vinci à Antibes.
- Diplôme National d’Art et Technique, option design d’objet céramique – École Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Tarbes.
- Prix spécial Sculpture, GemlucArt Monaco 2018
- Prix Sculpture, Art en Siagne 2018 15