Adeline Weber-Guibal is a sculptor artist specializing in bronze. Illustrating poetic and dreamlike subjects, his works raise the question of freedom in all its states. The sculpture above all Established in the south of France, Adeline Weber-Guibal has been sculpt for over 20 years. Holder of a doctorate in law, she finally found her way in sculpture. Adeline Weber-Guibal is notably the descendant of Barthélémy Guibal, the famous sculptor of the Fontaines de Place Stanislas in Nancy. The bronze ? A wonderful medium to transcribe his vision of the world Adeline Weber-Guibal seeks eternity in her works, working on movements and lightness on a raw material like bronze, which is a medium which it considers immutable. Behind his works is the thirst for freedom, the need of everyone to free themselves from the constraints, the freedom to think ... but also the drama of the deprivation of freedom. Adeline Weber-Guibal feeds on news. She reincarnates this sensitivity to the events that surround her in her sculptures. Words of the author Marie-Noël Paschal "Initiated with bronze work, she transmits in her works a real freedom of movement, a breath of escape […] she creates groups in motion, horses or characters in the line of Germaine Richier or Giacometti with great originality because Each of his works illustrates the fragility, a balance on the edge of the rupture and the emotion born of a fleeting moment. All full of unparalleled grace ... ".