The French sculptor Natacha MONDON was born in 1968.
She studied at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris.
She has been practicing sculpture since the age of fifteen through a great variety of materials, like bronze, glass and terracotta.
Made with sensitivity and emotions her sculptures bind together formal achievement with the strengh of powerful spirit.
She collaborates regularly at Daum Art Editions, where her glass artwork is sold internationally.
With her husband, Eric PIERRE, she became famous for their unique contemporary glass luminaries designed for heritage monuments. These commissioned arts were rewarded with numerous prizes.
- Le Geste d'Or 2014 – Jury Special Prize
- EY Foundation for Arts and Crafts laureates 2014
- Loiret County Prize for Arts and Crafts 2013
- Le Geste d’Or 2013 – Geste d’Argent Prize
- Mural Art Prize of the Salon d’Automne 2012 art fair in Paris
- Nominated for the BEST OF DU VERRE 2008 and 2010 prizes (Paris, France)
- SEMA departemental prize 2009 (Seine-Saint-Denis, France)
- SEMA state prize 2009 (Ile-de-France, France)
- Award winner 1987 from the Foundation for Vocation Marcel Bleustein-Blanchet (France)