Christel Sadde

Christel Sadde, a creator of mobile sculptures for more than 15 years, is an artist who derives her inspiration from kinetic art and geometric abstraction. She designs and experiments with each of her mobile sculptures, perceived both as prestigious decorative objects and works of art.

All finishes are crafted with meticulous precision and a regard for luxury. She shapes the rods herself. All of her works are hand crafted in her Paris studio.

Christel is a member of the Ateliers d‘Art de France and the Maison des Artistes. As materials, she chooses hard metals such as brass, stainless steel or steel, and precious decorative materials such as gold and palladium. For the production of her large mobiles, she favors aluminum, which thanks to its low density makes it possible to produce lightweight cut-outs and high quality colors which are deep and lasting, by impregnating the material with the dye.