Beatrice Chateau

Began her artistic career in the ‘70s as a painter, with some renowned masters in France (ARCABAS, Franta, etc.). She then turned to jewellery-sculptures, which have made her internationally known since the
'90s, and which have been exhibited and sold in Paris, at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Carnavalet and the Louvre, as well as in London, Harrods, Tokyo,
New York, Geneva... More recently, she has switched to modelling and sculpture in clay and bronze.

She has been in love with Greece and its light for over
fifty years, and she is now settled in Paros, where she spends several months a year, she discovers, in the course of her hikes and in the falls of the marble
workshops, an infinite variety of shapes, marbling and fractures, which stimulate her imagination. Since then, she has devoted herself to giving them a new life and a new soul, playing with light, transparency and form, assembling them into unique sculptures and objects celebrating the great myths of ancient Greece. In this way, she is part of a major contemporary artistic movement that magnifies the recovery and 'second life' of objects.