After the international success of Apple-shaped orange or green plastic placemats, or very avant-garde dishes, trays
She receives at Au Comptoir d'Aubrac peoples, artists, writers, industrialists or anonymous lovers from around the world, in search of originality, who leave the arms loaded with all her creations "Home Collection", which she sells in her incredible shop / 200m2 tea room lost on the Aubrac plateau: Plaids, curtains, cushions, eiderdowns, candlesticks, lamps and candlesticks, sets, tablecloths, towels, baskets and tote bags fly away immediately installed. His exclusive creations gradually become works of art. A first exhibition/sale of "couture" plaids was a huge success at the Bristol Hotel in 2007. In 2009, still Faubourg Saint Honoré, but Galerie ADLER this time, she presents 38 paintings, collages/plastic art, which make it an artist in its own right. She creates other guest houses, and other products around the house, an area that has always fascinated him.
From 2009 to 2012, she is the artistic advisor to JACADI. In 2014 COTE TABLE orders him collections of crockery and linens. In 2015, thanks to her 15 years of experience at the Comptoir and in her private house in Aubrac, she launched exceptional decorations seminars. In 2015 always, Catherine publishes JC Lattes his biography: One life and five minutes, available on Amazon. In 2016, Catherine Painvin proposes to Corinne Billard of THECOCOONALIST to make 10 Kilts all different and a Magic Chart made of Hundreds of little butterflies and thousands of buttons, all glued by hand, to form a magnificent planisphere.
These 10 Kilts are rare pieces for "rare" people. The first Kilt went to Zang Toy New York (www.zangtoi.com). Without doubt one of the creators, we love most at THECOCOONALIST. Besides that, she creates in a few hours in "life" a real book of creations absolutely staggering with extraordinary ideas. We will put all this into production one day maybe. This encounter with this admirable spirit and permanent creativity will remain forever in our history.
more on http://www.catherine-painvin.com