Marie-Noelle’s principle works are in marble with themes of the natural world with fish and bird shapes influencing many pieces, while some are substantially figurative. Her largest pieces stand at 6 foot, and the Carrara marble works are much smaller.
In 1987, Marie-Noëlle held her first solo exhibition in the French Consulate, Rhodes, Greece, of works completed during a 2 year sailing voyage collecting and working with many coloured marble from various Mediterranean countries. Since that time, she has worked with the black marble from Ashburton and has had solo exhibitions in Exeter and Topsham.
In 2017, Marie-Noëlle spent a month in Spezia Italy, where she carved “Wing So Calm” – Carrara Marble.
Marie-Noëlle was born in France and has been living mainly in England.
She has a degree in Fine Art from Exeter Art College.