Yvonne Domenge

Was born in Mexico City in 1946. She studied plastic arts at the Outremont School in Montreal, Canada, at the Corcoran School of Art, Washington D.C. and in Mexico City. She has trained in various material techniques such as gilding, enameling and wood carving under the guidance of professors Kitzia Hofmann, Alberto Pérez Soria and Somsy Smuthart. Domenge draws from a diverse range of materials including wood, stone, cement, clay, onyx, marble, stainless and carbon steel, silver, ice, resin, wax, soap and porcelain.
A major in Human Development at the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City, she has taught courses on esthetic appreciation and art therapy, as well as sculpture and drawing for children, teenagers and adults for the past 37 years.
Over the last 35 years she has had more than 40 individual exhibitions and more than 165 collective exhibitions in several cities across Mexico, the United States, Canada, China and Europe including the Louvre Museum in Paris.

fallen flowers 36 x 34 x 28 cm, Bronze
flower on the wind 29 x 28 x 20 cm, Bronze
sea shell 27 x 20 x 10 cm, Bronze

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