Sylviane Courgeau is a sculptor who, since 1966, has been living and working in countries in the Middle East. Her inspiration comes from the diversity of the people she has met. In 2009, she established her own bronze foundry. Courgeau’s sculptures can be found in private collections in numerous countries such as France, Ireland, Germany, Italy, Saudi Arabia, Syria, India, and Qatar. In 2014, Courgeau won the Prize of Excellency of Sculpture at the World Equestrian Games in Caen, France, and in 2016 she won the Prize of Sculpture at the Salon of Carquefou in France.
2017 Eminent Guest at the Salon de la Doutre, Angers, France
2016 Permanent exhibition, Galerie In Arte Veritas, Clisson, France
2012 The Botanists, Installation in bronze with T Huau, architect of landscape and L Vuitton drawings, France
2011 Monument in bronze 'Abelard and Heloise', France
2010 Salon of French Artists, Grand Palais, Paris, France