Jory Pradelle

Jory Pradelle studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. After graduating, he turned to sculpture to which he dedicated himself for twenty years, giving birth to many bronze and carved stone pieces. In 1990 he discovered tapestry and developed an immediate passion for this means of expression and creation that stands at the crossroad between traditional craftsmanship and painting. In his rug designs, he focuses on colour and on the structure of the composition in space. The shapes often run beyond the frame, producing loose geometric figures. Over time, Jory Pradelle developed a collection of around a hundred contemporary handmade rugs using natural materials.

Established in Aubusson, he dedicates his artistic life to the world of rugs, progressively learning all the specific skills, from drawing to the falling off the loom. Naturally, such a passion opened the doors of the PINTON workshops, who weave the rugs of this artist who is constantly pushing the limits of his expertise.

Alexander
Calder

Alexandra
Roussopoulos

Beatriz
Milhazes

Bruno
Fael

Danielle
Vochims

Dem189

Etel
Adnan

Fernand
Léger

Françoise
Quardon

Giulio
Paolini

Jean-Michel
Othoniel

Joe
Tilson

Johan
Creten

Julien
Colombier

Le Corbusier

Lionel Jadot

Marc
Couturier

Maria
Loizidou

Perrin
Perrin

Qubo
Gas

Roger Mühl

Sonia
Delaunay