Suzanne Daigeler

Her interest in wood-fired stoneware brought her to La Borne after serving a pottery apprenticeship in Germany. At first she made utilitarian objects fired in her small anagama kiln, then she discovered stoneware with a salt glaze and she has devoted herself to this craft for about twenty years. In 2002, Suzanne wanted to introduce more colour into the decoration of her utilitarian pieces, so she added glazed clay to her technique. Today, she devotes more time to creating abstract sculptures combining clay and other materials such as rusty, lacy iron and pebbles, which provide her with inspiration.

Nicole Crestou

Credits : Pascal Vangysel

Suzanne Daigeler


La Borne – 18250 Henrichemont

0033 (0)2 48 26 75 30