Véronique Louppe is a lace artist, so she builds textile developed on the ancient principle of crossing threads called bobbin lace. She met and learned this technique in 1976, but it was not until 2001 that she decided to practice it as a profession. It was then in 2004 that her work took a major turn, thanks to the appearance of metal wire in her creations. This strong fiber forces the artist to rethink existing techniques and create non-existent lace patern. It is also thanks to those researches that the artist creates, among other things, very innovative three-dimensional sculptures in addition to the jewelry presented at the Vivoir.
For Véronique Louppe, bobbin lace is a technique with rudimentary tools, a thread by thread weaving, the basic interweaving of which has delighted her with its simplicity and ingenuity. The lace artist is now working to continue her research and experiments to participate in the evolution of bobbin lace in her own way, without limiting her ideas, without saving her energy, by taking advantage of her abilities.
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