Wednesday, 27 July 2011

Found objects at Barfleur's antique fair

Photograph by Axelle & Styling by Marie

Tuesday, 26 July 2011

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Sunday, 24 July 2011


New research inspired by constructivism, Dada & ready-made, geometric shapes mixed with nostalgic found images... Those are the first pictures to see how forms dialogue; then I will add some sewing with primary colours and a bit of drawing/ printing. Comments welcome here! What do you think? Thank you!

Thursday, 21 July 2011

Mes premiers cabinets de curiosite

Wednesday, 13 July 2011

New Studio in Normandy

After cleaning the previous salty room in the oysterfarm, I have now arranged all my art stuff in Gatteville, Normandy, just by the sea. That's actually the first time I have the whole room for my studio and that's great! Good to organise and divide my materials under categories! Next step will be the wall of pictures for the coming new collection of objects. Will update you with the development!

Wednesday, 25 May 2011

My profile on Withdesigners in France

Sur le marche francais, voici ma description & portfolio synthetique sur le site Withdesigners, platforme mettant en lien clients potentiels et designers: Withdesigners!

Friday, 20 May 2011

Colour palette exercise

Saturday, 14 May 2011

I have now finished my new website! Discover, re-discover my projects, past and current ones here: NEW WEBSITE

Thursday, 21 April 2011

My favourites projects seen in Milan

Go on my other blog: "Encounters & discoveries" to see my selection of projects discovered during the Salone del Mobile 2011!

Wednesday, 20 April 2011


TRENDTABLET.COM is the social media platform designed and curated by Lidewij Edelkoort. This tool explains how trends grow, evolve and flow; helping us to better perceive and understand they interact with our daily life.
* Watch videos and find pictures of the projects exhibited in "Talking Textiles" on Trendtablet: click here!"Bridging the frontiers of landscape, memory and culture, Paysant-Le Roux explores the way biology and botany can be translated into poetic textile concepts. Incorporating craft and even performance, her intimate works are like design haikus that illustrate where biomimicry and the handmade will meet."

Friday, 8 April 2011

Talking Textiles...

Exhibition "Talking Textiles" in Milan, curated by Li Edelkoort

Address: Lambrate, Via Ventura 6
Come and see my work! I am in Milan for the 10 days and I am happy to show you my portfolio if you were interested. Drop me an email at:
I am looking to work in trends forecasting, interior design, or any kind of project which relates to colours & materials! Don't mind moving in Europe. Please feel free to discuss your ideas!

Monday, 28 March 2011

Selected to exhibit in "Talking Textiles" in Milan

I have the pleasure to announce that some of my work as been selected very recently for a group exhibition curated by Lidewij Edelkoort in Lambrate during the Milan furniture fair!
12-17 April 2011
Press view on 11th.
I will be therefore in Milan from the 8th until the 18th. Let me know if you're in Milan as well and would like to meet. More updates to come.
The event on Skillset here.

Thursday, 24 March 2011

inside Pyrus basement gallery

Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Exhibition for Japan at Pyrus gallery

Dear all!

Very recently I've been asked to present my work "Colours of Japan" again, this time at Pyrus basement gallery in Soho, with another designer Karen Hsu.
After what happened in Japan, having researched for months about this country, I was very sensitive by the terrible news and I am pleased to show and sell my work to help a little by raising money for the earthquake and tsunami relief effort. Therefore some of my work will be on sale and a percentage will be donated directly to the British Red Cross. (will be indicated in the exhibition)
The display of my work will be slightly different from the exhibition I had in Space Fiftyfour, more working the pieces inside the new space towards two installations to experience. I'll invite you inside those two arches to take a moment for reading, thinking & contemplation.

Karen Hsu will also be showing her work. She has created a one-off art piece by gathering her signature handmade pom-poms into a cherry tree. Karen's website.
If you cannot come to the exhibition, you can also donate online: here

The week-long exhibition will be held in the Basement Gallery at Pyrus in the Newburgh Quarter.
Admission: Free but please make a donation
Exhibition dates: 24th March 2011 to 03rd April 2011
Opening night: 24th March, 2011, 6pm-9pm
Address: 10 Newburgh Street, London W1F 7RN
Pyrus website here
Please join our opening night on 24th March, 2011: there will be drinks and handmade cupcakes provided by Gareth Baty @ Totally Baked.
Click here to attend the event via facebook.

Sunday, 6 March 2011

"Colours of Japan" exhibition space

Photographs by Ludovic Des Cognets: his website!
A big thank you for all your help: to my parents, Mr Clement, Yui, Yui's mum in Japan, Sara, Nanae, Cora, Kathryn, Ludovic, Somya & Nobu & others!

Friday, 4 March 2011

"Colours of Japan" show is on! come & see it until Sunday

Here is a picture of yesterday's evening. Thanks to people who came yesterday for being there! and I'll hope to see the others tomorrow Saturday. Will be open from 6 to 9pm. Cheap drinks will be available and some artwork is on sale.
Photography by Ludovic Des Cognets: see his great work on his website here.

Thursday, 3 March 2011

Extract from the three stories

Saturday, 26 February 2011

Links about "Colours of Japan"

"Colours of Japan" listed in Japan-Uk Events: click here to see.

Eikoku News Digest, the weekly newpaper for the Japanese community in the UK, introduces Marie, her three places recommandations, and the exhibition on page 30. Available for free in Japan Centre, Arigato... online website here.

Attend the public & friends closing view on Saturday 5th via facebook: click here!

Tuesday, 15 February 2011

Exhibition Press release

"Colours of Japan"
A mixed media exhibition to feel Japan inspired

Space Fiftyfour in Shoreditch will showcase the artwork by French artist-designer Marie Paysant-Le Roux. For her first solo exhibition, Marie invites you to discover her latest work inspired by her findings from Japan, displaying her mixed media practice. From photographs to material experiments, you will travel through three creative colour stories.

After graduating from the Royal College of Art with a Master in mixed media Textiles in 2009, Marie worked in interior design for the renowned Studioilse before going to Japan in September 2010. Strongly influenced by the green landscapes, the vivid orange from the temples, and a whiteness-pinkish beauty, she starts this project focusing on the more traditional Japanese aesthetic but exploring colour in a contemporary way.

Marie says: “ I believe that colour hides deep cultural meaning and history. Surrounding us in nature, growing into food and materials, until worn on our bodies and inside our homes, we are all the time immersed into colour. That’s why I like to explore cultural identity and aesthetic from a colour analysis.”
“Creating my own material samples, hand-dyed fabrics, or craft objects, I am always in search for fine textures and subtle shades that will express the right atmosphere. I often play with unexpected materials to surprise our senses and propose a different way of learning, here about some Eastern usages, to also question and confront with our own simple rituals.”

For images or additional information, please contact Marie at:

Monday, 14 February 2011

Postcards printed/ Invitations sent...

Tuesday, 8 February 2011

Exhibition announcement!

Link to Space Fiftyfour here.