Delphine Grandvaux is a French sculptor. Motivated by her desire to create light and airy artworks, she found her way to express creatively in a unique artistic approach, based on a similar technique of mesh from the metal wire as Ruth Asawa. In the woven works of Delphine Grandvaux, the metallic threads, sometimes associated with other light materials like wood, wool, etc., seem to be tamed by the power of her technique and by her freedom of imagination. They transform themselves under the hands of the artiste into voluminous organic and dynamic forms, fine and refined, with fluid movements inside as well as outside the artwork. Playing with light and shadow, the transparent or semi-transparent forms created by the artist are truly evocative of poetry, delicacy, and elegance.