Nadeige Choplet received an MFA in sculpture and painting from l'École des Beaux-Arts in Paris (France) and is a Fulbright Scholarship and a Niche award recipient. She earned a second MFA degree in ceramic sculpture and design from Lehman College, New York. Her sculptural work has been exhibited at galleries such as Lyons Wier Gallery in New York City, Spring Gallery in Dumbo, Brooklyn (NY), and Claude Samuel Gallery in Paris (France). She has also sold her functional work at design galleries such as The Brooklyn Museum (Brooklyn, NY), The Newark Museum (Newark, NY), The Museum of Art and Design (New York City), The Toledo Museum of Art (Toledo, OH), Idyllwild Gallery of Fine Art (Idyllwild, CA), etc. She has been commissioned one of a kind pieces by the Metropolitan Home Show house at Gramercy Park (NY), the Jim Franco's prop stylist studio (NY), the Hilton Garden Hotel in Staten Island and by multiple private collectors. She recently designed the interior space of the Baumgart restaurant in Nyack, New York. Her home and ceramic studio were featured in designsponge.com and her work has been published in the New York Times, Metropolitan home, Lark Books publication, Ceramics Monthly, Le Monde, Time Out, etc. She owns Choplet, Gallery and Ceramics Studio as well as Williamsburg Ceramics Center in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY (www.choplet.com)
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