Manuèle Bernardi, was born in 1959 in Saint-Tropez.
After studies to the Academy Roederer and to School of Fine Arts of Paris, she becomes a decorator and a wardrobe master then an illustrator, before choosing to express herself by the painting and finally, the sculpture. She lives and works in Roussillon.
This plastic artist explores the feminine representation in what she has of links in her ecosystem. She makes perceptible invisible emotion of two beings which connect, the alchemy of a group which moves towards a common destination. Her sculptures, Callipygia, in feet anchored well in the reality, rise unconditionally towards the other one, the waves pass. In her installations, of which the fragile material , of paper and wax, is strengthened by invisible threads, Manuèle studies the flora and fauna as the source of an inspiration for a common life where the link makes rampart, sets up itself as protective shield of a materialistic everyday life.