The language of emotion
As both a painter and sculptor, Cat Sirot is constantly exploring new artistic expressions. Out of her creative energy and her ability to innovate, she gave birth to multiform artworks, nurtured by a reflection on living beings and on how fragile life is.
Cat Sirot instinctively creates works that relate a moment, a feeling, a state of mind. Form becomes the language to reach an emotion, suspended in the present moment. A state of grace embodied in allegories. Through her fruits, she’s telling us that the essence of life lies in simple and fleeting joys. The emotion seems even more violent in the expression of its fragility, ready to blow up for her pinned cherries or more peaceful with her Yin/yang duet pears.
Author of monumental bronze pieces, she created L’autruche of the Futuroscope themed park in Poitiers in 2014 and Liberté, a 2 m high sculpture that entered a private collection in 2019.
Cat Sirot was born in Poitiers in 1971.
Her works have entered various collections, including the Zunyi and Longzhou Museums in China.