Clémentine Vauchelet is a visual artist and textile designer and lives and works in Seine-et-Marne. She graduated from a research master research arts and living at the Pantheon-Sorbonne University and a BTS fashion design. Has graphic compositions are poetic spaces where the artist's imagination wishes to Express in a free movement, in close connection with nature. Although its drawings made up of points, lines and curves are meticulous, their achievements banish the sketch made beforehand and the observed model. Body of a whimsical fauna and flora, the subjects of his creations are like an embryo that unfolds. They invade various surfaces such as paper, wood, or shells. Inspired since childhood by the animated films of Hayao Miyazaki, by the terrestrial and sea flora and fauna discovered during his travels in Guadeloupe, kept in memory with his children's eyes, but also by microorganisms And the bacterial world, Clémentine makes nature its main, primordial and committed subject. Sisted creations, with varied mediums and techniques, reveal a universe imbued with poetry where through metamorphoses of nature the artist puts at the heart of his work The concept of survival.