MIROGI

Born 1957, Mirogi discovered sculptures in 1999 in the Annick Aublet workshop after working as a physiotherapist and osteopath. With her extensive knoledge of anatomy, Mirogi finally allowed herself to express her artistic sensibility, sensitivity occupying her spare time for many years. Mirogi works tirelessly in the studio from lives models an...

Born 1957, Mirogi discovered sculptures in 1999 in the Annick Aublet workshop after working as a physiotherapist and osteopath. With her extensive knoledge of anatomy, Mirogi finally allowed herself to express her artistic sensibility, sensitivity occupying her spare time for many years. Mirogi works tirelessly in the studio from lives models and finishes some details after, especially the hands and faces that require more detail. Since the artist continues to sculpt while preserving their perception of feminity. The artist assumes his identity but not looking for a style, she lets her imagination run and her hands on her works so sensitive, delicate and feminine, style comes naturally. Mirogi has since exhibited in numerous galleries and renowned part of private collections.

The gallery's words

Mirogi's sculptures were presented to me by an artist's agent. In addition to the aesthetic aspect of his work, I appreciated the postures and the knowledge of the body. Mirogi's works are timeless, we fully feel the femininity of her subjects and their fragility.

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