THE ARTIST & HER PHILOSOPHY

​French born ceramics artist Danielle Adjoubel studied at the acclaimed Manufacture Nationale de Sèvres workshop and The Greta School of Art in Paris, France. Using the skills and experience she has developed, and drawing on her mixed French and Turkish cultural heritage, she creates unique and individual ceramic and porcelain pieces made to order, applying traditional techniques to both classical Iznik and modern contemporary design.

 

From her bright workshop full of ceramic samples, Danielle designs and creates a wide range of pieces, including mural panels for homes, hotels, and swimming pools, ceramic tiles, large plates, bowls, vases, and original tableware. She decorates each ceramic base personally using porcelain painting, under-glazed earthenware, cuerda seca, glazing and majolica work.

Iznik ceramics plate from Danielle Adjoubel

Danielle Adjoubel with her happy customers

She has mastered the intricate skills required for the decoration of stoneware, earthenware and lava in figurative, modern and traditional styles (such as Delft, Moustiers and Vieux Rouen) and more particularly in the oriental style (Ottoman, Iznik and Persian). She well deserves her growing reputation as a rare and exceptional artist in this field.

 

Danielle also creates contemporary porcelain and ceramic pieces with modern effects - gold, platinum and lustres - in the Art Deco style.

FOLLOW DANIELLE ONLINE

@danielleadjoubel