Pascale Riberolles worked as a stylist-colorist, designer, teacher, "glass-maker", then ceramist. She synthesizes these various practices in an unclassifiable work at the edge of the artist's object, of the craftsman's object, of the object of art. She claims her work as being the expression of a contemporary decorative art.
Her dishes and plates are made of enamelled faience. The patterns are imprinted and incrustations are sometimes added. The decorations are then enamelled and protected with a transparent cover.
The prints are made with Indian batik stamps but also with delicate crocheted lace, antique bronzes, cut woods, jewels, rubber stamps, "homemade" tools, stamped brass from the Janvier-Gruson house (created in 1829), etc ... all completely retouched, decomposed and recomposed.
One can find a mixture of influences in these creations: the tradition of the early XXth century slip, the crafts of the French countryside, the folklore of the Balkans, an Indian spirit as well as the influence of the Iznik ceramics...