Michèle Burles

France, 1948

Favoring paper with visible fibers, Michèle Burles draws with a pen long silhouette evoking forms that are sometimes human, sometimes animal, or indefinable because they come directly from her imagination. Her indian ink drawings are cut and sewn with silver thread: the needle is her other tool. In this abundant and delicate world made of interlacing and entanglements, the creator inserts poetic texts and small thoughts.