Irene F. Sullivan (irenefsullivan.net) is an artist from the USA who works part time in France. She first saw Claude Domec’s paintings in 2017, describing the
encounter as “ meeting an unknown friend for the first time.” Ms. Sullivan finished translating an extensive interview given by Claude Domec (1979) from the French in 2018 and has been working with the Domec Family to bring the work and legacy of Claude Domec to an international audience.
Rosebraugh attained her MFA in Florence, Italy, and currently lives and works in Los Angeles, CA and Marnay Sur Seine, France. (kerirosebraugh.com) In 2016, her work was accepted into three group exhibitions in Paris, in conjunction with the International Summit on Climate Change. Rosebraugh’s artwork is part of the Permanent Collection of the Museo de Arte Contemporanea di Florina, in Greece, and her recent solo exhibitions and artist talks include the Cartavetra Gallery in Florence, Italy, and the Neutra Institute Museum in LA, CA. Her work has been included into the Natural History/State Darwin Museum in Moscow, Russia, and is currently on exhibit at Yonsei University, in Seoul, Korea.
Daughter of Claude Domec
Childhood in Paris. Studies at the Sorbonne ( psychology and Art history ). Various stays in New-York, where she was born, and in Stockholm where she participates under the supervision of her aunt Lilian Lindblad, swedish artist, to the making of short animation films. Having started a family, she settles definitively in Marnay sur Seine and opens with the father of her children, the artist Didier Rousseau the Botanical Garden of Marnay-sur-Seine, opened to the public, pupils, and artists in residency. She’s presently mayor of Marnay.
Léonard Rousseau is the grandson of Claude Domec. After studying drawing and film animation, he made the decision to become a carpenter. Leo designed and constructed the Claude Domec Archive that holds all of his grandfather’s work. He is committed to traditional design and working methods. He often uses his grandfather’s tools in his projects which include studying the furniture designs and working methods of his grandfather.
Photo credits : Ekaterina Khasanova
Grand daughter of Claude Domec
She graduated from the drama school Charles Dullin in Paris. Mathilde then chose to come back to Marnay and cary on with her project of a cultural and artistical cafe, alongside with an artist residency. It is important for her to make a link with the artistic history of the vilage, support and welcome the artists who comes to Marnay, to continue that path initiated by Claude.