For more than thirty years, Marc Raimbault has been working with wood. Aligned with a timeless tradition, Marc’s technique urges him to ennoble precious wood essences such as Macassar ebony by working each wood vein with gold and metal powder in a delicate and precise gesture.
Marc Raimbault’s works entered into numerous prestigious collections – both private and public. Marc Raimbault has been rewarded with many prizes and distinctions, including with the Grand Prix National des Métiers d’Art (National Grand Prize for Arts and Crafts) in 1997, the Prix Régional Dunhill Prestige International (Dunhill Prestige International Regional Prize) in 1998, the Prix Régional du Concours des Ateliers d’Art de France (Frenchh Art Workshops Regional Prize) in 2012. Marc Raimbault was among the finalists for the Prix Liliane Bettencourt pour l’Intelligence de la Main (Liliane Bettencourt Prize for Manual Intelligence) in 2016.