For several years, Mireille reproduced old-fashioned motifs onto traditional faience.
However, Mireille’s thirst for new ideas and
discoveries led her to practise glazing earthenware and working with bicoloured polychrome clay mix; techniques which required great expertise and consequently opened up new horizons for her. True to her expertise as a former jacquard weaver, Mireille continues to draw from textiles as a source of inspiration in her work.
As someone who can skilfully combine the art of stained-glass with ceramics, her creativity knows no bounds and she is always on the hunt for new and innovative techniques.
Mireille is very grateful towards her forefathers in the tradition. As they have passed down their knowledge to her, she in turn carefully tailors it to the tastes of her own generation, whilst keeping a constant eye on the future. Each piece Mireille makes is unique and can be found at various exhibitions and craft fairs.