Born in 1969 in Paris, Caroline Champetier de Ribes grew up in the Paris region. She was introduced to music, playing the cello and then to drawing at the end of her adolescence. She follows drawing workshops of live models in different art schools.
She obtained a DEA in psychopathology and clinical psychology and worked as a clinical psychologist-psychotherapist specializing in trauma. His adult life is marked by numerous moves and two expatriations to the United States.
She began sculpting in 2014 at the Washington Studio School in Washington DC, then in George Tkabladze's studio in Virginia. She also trained in the practice of direct plaster at the Art Students League in New York.
Back in France, she joined the workshop of Jean-Charles Mainardis.
Caroline Champetier de Ribes currently lives in Paris
She is a member of the Taylor Foundation.
She began exhibiting in 2017 in the United States at the Embassy of Georgia and at Gallery B, Bethesda-Maryland.
Then in France, during trade fairs:
Salon d'Automne, Salon of French Artists, Salon of Fine Arts of Garches
In collective exhibitions: Salon Souvenir de Corot, City of Montmagny, City of Boulogne Billancourt
During personal exhibitions: Atelier MBC, Paris-Vavin
In 2020 she received a mention at the Salon des Artistes Français for her sculpture 'Vers l'imperceptible' and in 2022, a special mention from the jury for her sculpture 'Silence' by the city of Boulogne Billancourt, during the exhibition 'Talents Boulonnais' .