COURLIVANT Sandra
After training in Applied Arts, Sandra Courlivant became a painter in decorations and wall frescoes, a profession she will exercise for 10 years. Passionate about horses, she began by making equine sculptures from clay. Her passion naturally leads her to take an interest in people for whom animals are not only essential but also inseparable from...
After training in Applied Arts, Sandra Courlivant became a painter in decorations and wall frescoes, a profession she will exercise for 10 years. Passionate about horses, she began by making equine sculptures from clay. Her passion naturally leads her to take an interest in people for whom animals are not only essential but also inseparable from humans. A stay in Mongolia in 2012 will be the revealer of her passion and she will forge still very active links with Mongolian artists. Sandra Courlivant participates in Franco-Mongolian artistic exchanges and is quickly recognized through collective exhibitions as the artist of the Mongolian people. Sandra is presented today in several galleries in France and abroad.
The artist loves the power, the elegance of the horse but also the relationship that is established between man and animal. Naadam’s National Day will be a great source of inspiration with young children riding and being one with their mounts.

The gallery’s words

I discovered Sandra Courlivant's work in 2020 as she passed through Bordeaux. I immediately entered this poetic universe and its representation of the Mongolian people. Sandra's works reflect a history, a lived experience and are not limited to a theoretical knowledge of this magnificent equestrian people. Sandra Courlivant will tell you, with great humility, her passion and her attraction for this culture which is very often overlooked in Europe.
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