La Boutique des Artisanes


Openning time

  • From 05/03 to 30/06/2023
    Opening hours on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday between 10 am and 1 pm and between 3 pm and 6 pm.

    From 01/07 to 31/08/2023
    Opening hours on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday between 10 am and 1 pm and between 3 pm and 7 pm.

    From 01/09/2023 to 31/01/2024
    Opening hours on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday between 10 am and 1 pm and between 3 pm and 6 pm.


The craft shop welcomes craftswomen working in wood, ceramics, textiles and paper. A meeting of materials for original, local creations.

Nature is our source of inspiration, and we seek to respect what it gives us, starting with the raw material. Each of us is truly committed to our professional path. The choice of materials we use, such as wood species, fabrics, plant-based colours, handmade papers and stoneware, enables us to design furniture, objects, sculptures and drawings to create a coherent, enduring, decorative and contemporary whole.

Léna's words: "My aim is to make furniture that is useful in everyday life, with clean, simple lines that bring out the natural grain and colours of the wood. Furniture that is durable both in its design and its aesthetics. My workshop is in Embrun in the Hautes-Alpes. I use French wood, mainly from the Rhône-Alpes region, sawn near Grenoble in a small family sawmill. The finish I apply is linseed oil-based and contains no VOCs. I decided to try my hand at the boutique venture in order to leave more room for creation, but above all to meet you more easily so that I could discuss your bespoke furniture needs with you."

A word from Aude: "After several years as a graphic designer, I now offer my illustrations on various sup- ports, under the name of La Toile Graphik. I'm experimenting with a lot of things with the aim of producing sensitive images linked to nature. My inspirations are diverse, but I like to develop a visual poetry in my work by playing with asymmetry and geometric form. I draw and then print my motifs using the screen-printing technique on paper or textiles to create a range of illustrated products. I offer my original illustrations in limited editions on different media such as paper, textiles or even lighting."

A word from Léonie: "For a long time, I drew up maps without ever actually visiting the place. I proposed immersions to readers without having experienced them for myself. Today, with landscape as my main theme, I create stoneware maps, a cross between modelling and digital techniques, to evoke the earth's skin that carries us along. In my own way, I try to look at our footprints, to discover our points of view in a different way. I've taken to modelling mute landscape maps, devoid of any toponymy or text, to amuse myself with other landmarks, sometimes only legible to the local inhabitants. Because of my extensive research and testing, making one map always leads me to another map, like a path."

A word from Alexis: Woodcarver and linocut printmaker. Based in Embrun since December 2021. "My work focuses on botany and symbolism. It all starts with a drawing, which I then engrave in linoleum to create small print runs on handmade Nepalese paper. I then use the motif in bas relief. I use French wood with a walnut stain patina. This summer's collection features flowers endemic to the high Alps."
Throughout the year, we invite craftspeople to exhibit their creations for two to four weeks, so that you can discover new creative worlds.

Way of payment

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Spoken languages

  • French French