Yvonne Domenge sculptures are present in the collections of numerous museums such as Mexico's Modern Art Museum, but also in such diverse places as the World Bank of Washington D.C, the company Televisa in Mexico City, the Toyamura General Center, Abutagun in Hokkaido Island, Japan and Chevron Texaco in San Ramon, California. She’s had more than 40 solo exhibitions and has also taken part in more than 165 collective shows.
Yvonne Domenge’s works are often inspired by nature and architecture. They demonstrate her fascination with shape and geometry.
The abstract and geometrical forms she creates are visual expressions of the infinite universe.
hese references represent an endless source of inspiration while she develops new ideas that bring energy and creativity to her body of work.
"I constantly use the space to search my identity".
The spheres seem to have no beginning and no end, and their composition is complex. The intricate design and the mathematical puzzles hold the viewer’s attention. The reflection on spherical shape is as old as humanity itself.
The process of preparation and creation is long, it enables to produce polished, perfect surfaces without imperfections.
Her work is partly influenced by the popular culture of her country of origin. She uses bright colors and techniques from Mexico, such as dyeing wood with cochineal, a deep red dye, but also gold or silver leaf gilding.
She works in materials as diverse as wood, stone, cement, clay, onyx, marble, stainless steel, silver, resin and porcelain.
The dimensions of her works are variable, ranging from small-scale sculpture to monumental sculptures.
Yvonne Domenge finds inspiration in nature and the world around her. She explores these themes through her own experience as a Mexican women artist, with the simplicity that characterize the abstract shapes of her works.
Her sculptures are featured in numerous collections. In 2015, the artist participated in the Dual Year celebrated between Mexico and the United Kingdom that took place in London.