Established in the south of France, Adeline Weber Guibal has been sculpting for more than 20 years, she is a descendant of Barthélemy Guibal, the sculptor of the Deux Fontaines in Place Stanislas in Nancy. Holder of a doctorate in law, she found her way into sculpture.
For Adeline Weber Guibal, the work of art is eternal and it is the permanent quest for this eternity that she seeks, working on movements and lightness on a raw material like bronze.
Bronze? this noble material, is a wonderful way to transcribe your vision of the world... Freedom in all its forms is the driving force behind her artistic research. Behind each of his pieces, we can find the thirst for freedom, the need for everyone to free themselves from constraints, the freedom of thought, but also the drama of the deprivation of freedom.
It is nourished by the world's current events, and this permeability to the events that surround us reincarnates it in its sculptures, which thus transmit its emotions.
"Initiated to bronze work, she transmits in her works a real freedom of movement, a breath of escape. Fascinated by horses, she creates groups in movement, horses or characters in the lineage of Germaine Richier or Giacometti with great originality because each of her works illustrates fragility, a balance on the brink of rupture and the emotion born of a fleeting moment. All this is imbued with an unparalleled grace.... "Marie Noëlle Paschal, writer