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Linda Bachammar

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Linda Bachammar

Born: 1985

Hometown: Paris

Lives and Works: Fontainebleau, France

 

"The trees hear the breath of the wind and make him travel in the hearts of men. " Linda Bachammar is a French painter and designer with national and international visibility (France, Usa, Italy). His work is mainly focused on a poetry of existence, drawing inspiration from nature, travel or meditation. Linda Bachammar installs sweet and strange reveries in her works. She expresses with intense colors all her energy and her breath of life. The artist seeks to create a poetry of links between humans and nature, dreams and reality, the human race and spirituality.

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Thalie, the dream by Linda Bachammar
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Thalie, the dream

Linda Bachammar, France

Painting

US$ 1,800

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Thalie, end of the show by Linda Bachammar
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Thalie, end of the show

Linda Bachammar, France

Painting

US$ 1,800

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My dreams of violent purple by Linda Bachammar
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My dreams of violent purple

Linda Bachammar, France

Painting

US$ 3,200

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I decided to wait for spring by Linda Bachammar
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I decided to wait for spring

Linda Bachammar, France

Painting

US$ 2,200

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Elpida by Linda Bachammar
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Elpida

Linda Bachammar, France

Watercolour

US$ 1,000

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Sleep on it by Linda Bachammar
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Sleep on it

Linda Bachammar, France

Painting

US$ 3,700

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Source of life by Linda Bachammar
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Source of life

Linda Bachammar, France

Painting

US$ 2,500

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Elyna by Linda Bachammar
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Elyna

Linda Bachammar, France

Watercolour

US$ 900


About Linda Bachammar


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What inspires you?

I am inspired by the creation of an art that unites the human species and nature, human hope and spirituality, the mysterious. I am fascinated at the same time by the creativity of nature, esotericism and certain human customs such as carnival with a very pronounced taste for costumes.


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Describe your creative process.

Often it is a meeting with a place, a person, a situation. I take a lot of photographs and I will be inspired by them to lead to the sketch that I have in mind. Then meditations, dreams, writings will feed me and make me realize combinations that allow me to go further and imagine a unique and personal scene. But the real work will face the canvas where the idea can still take a different turn.


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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

Imagination, nature, mysticism


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Who are some artists that have influenced your work?

Shimura Tatsumi, Kuniyoshi, Paul Charlot, Botticelli, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Emil Nolde, Matisse, Paul Signac, André Derain, Henri Manguin, Maurice de Vlaminck, John Peter Russel, Henri Matisse


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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

Which allows me to create mental images: photos, postcards, books, meditation, creative journal.


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What is the best piece of advice you have been given?

As a child I was particularly fond of literature and poetry, and I read all the great classics at a young age. I felt like I was communicating with great authors. I had a period fundamentally turned towards Jean Cocteau, a French author. And it is from him that I get the best advice: "What you are criticized for, cultivate it, is yourself."


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Where do you go for inspiration?

In nature, especially in the forest which is my indispensable resource for living and creating.

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