After a childhood spent in Berlin where she was initiated into sculpture, Delphine Grandvaux moved to Strasbourg in 1990 to follow studies in musicology. In parallel with her activity as a piano teacher, she deepens her modeling technique by following courses in the decorative arts and participates in several exhibitions. In the 2000s, eager to go towards lighter and ventilated creations, she guided her work towards wire and developed in 2017 the mesh technique in her works. The artistic path of Delphine Grandvaux follows a thread. An iron, copper or brass wire, flexible and colorful, with which it sometimes associates other materials such as paper, tin, wool or wood. The mesh technique, which consists in creating meshes from a thread and nesting them in each other by a series of small gestures, allows it to explore several facets of the volume, to highlight its external forms But also interior by a game of transparency and construction. This process takes him to light and flexible creations which seem to play permanently with light according to the places where they are arranged. She finds her inspiration in nature, vegetable, animal and mineral. "It is an infinite exploration field. Everything is matter with a sensation and therefore to creation. I like to explore the multiple facets in search of a balance, a beauty or a truth other than that which is given to see. A bud becomes princely, a pebble carries its story, a tree in which one whispers its secrets…. I let myself be guided by my emotions to nourish my imagination. " In all of her creations, Delphine Grandvaux likes to evoke things more than to define them, thus highlighting the material and the form.