(And read on to learn who
won the MicroCotton Giveaway!)
The art begins at the entrance to the Park Hyatt Paris Vendome.
is 80 now.
She studied design and painting
in New York in 1954
before sculpting in Paris.
With sculptor Jacques Delahaye,
she founded the Clementi foundry
in Meudon, near Auguste Rodin’s studio.
Isn’t this dreamy peek
(above) at the
fresh infancy of one of her
sculpted beauties both
inspiring and enchanting?
Examples of Granet’s human figures in movement.
I snapped this inside our suite’s elegant and spacious
bathroom (lit with the most amazing natural light).
Functional art at its best.
What a privilege to share space with Granet’s
mesmerizing forms who float, stretch, and soar
throughout the palace designated Park Hyatt.
For more pics of our suite, visit my post here.
In the image above, you may spy
multiple lovely weightless bronze pieces.
More incredibly artful hardware.
Care for a peek outside?
An inner sanctum of Paris lovely.
The work of Granet made the Park Hyatt unforgettable
as did the hotel’s mysterious bespoke scent
created especially for them by Blaise Mautin.
Should you have the chance to see,
smell, snooze, spa, or sip here,
you will not be disappointed.
Hope you enjoyed this Paris rendezvous…
Peace to you right where you are.