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Linda Bachammar

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Linda Bachammar

Born: 1985

Hometown: Paris

Based in: Fontainebleau, France

 

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 its inspiration from nature, travel or meditation. Linda Bachammar installs sweet and strange reveries in her works. She expresses all her energy and breath of life through intense colors. The artist seeks to create a poetry of links between human and nature, dream and reality, the human species and spirituality.

Linda has exhibited in several galleries and art fairs in France and abroad, notably in Paris at the legendary Grand Palais for the "Watercolor and drawing show", at the Halle des Blancs Manteaux with "Les Peintres du Marais". Abroad, it is in Italy that she distinguished herself at the international exhibition Kromatika curated by Cosimo Strazzeri or AMARS in Milan curated by Eva Amos.

Artist statement:

"My painting seeks to reconnect the world of adults with the spirit of children, magic, paganism. I invent a world where plants, trees, flowers, forests have an aura, a soul and secrets to reveal. In addition to this, you need to know more about it.
The human species is no longer alone in its bubble and its quest for material growth. Development is collective, in the capacity of each species to commune, harmonize and communicate with other species, other worlds, other times.
It is about taking the viewer on a journey where escape and fantasy are part of everyday life and 'reality'. I therefore seek to establish little by little a new ontology by the accumulation of symbols linked to childhood, hedonism, joy, wild life marked by pagan rites. "

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The dew of dreams

Linda Bachammar, France

Painting

US$ 2,400

The Eternal Cycle

Linda Bachammar, France

Painting

US$ 2,150

Get lost in infinity

Linda Bachammar, France

Painting

US$ 1,700

Red Beauty

Linda Bachammar, France

Painting

US$ 1,600

Connection between the elements

Linda Bachammar, France

Painting

US$ 1,875

Spiral of awakening

Linda Bachammar, France

Mixed Media

US$ 2,000

Interstellar cave

Linda Bachammar, France

Mixed Media

US$ 6,000

The sound of water

Linda Bachammar, France

Painting

US$ 1,800

Céleste

Linda Bachammar, France

Painting

US$ 1,300

I decided to wait for Spring

Linda Bachammar, France

Painting

US$ 1,200

Paradise of the other world

Linda Bachammar, France

Painting

US$ 1,700

Reflection of greenhouses

Linda Bachammar, France

Ink

US$ 1,100

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About Linda Bachammar


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What inspires you?

I am very inspired by anything that brings us to contemplative, meditative or altered states of consciousness. I think that nature is a universal vector towards these states.


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Describe your creative process.

I have always had the habit of walking in search of landscapes or small details that will hold my attention. These ballads are active meditations in which my gaze falls on the world and where I will unconsciously be attracted by a breath of wind, a branch, a garden. It is this memory, this emotion that I then try to transcribe in my works to share my feelings with the viewer.


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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

Soul, Colors, Energy


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Who are some artists that have influenced your work?

Kuniyoshi, John Waterhouse, Claude Monet, Masamune Shirow, Sir Arthur Ernest Streeton, William Turner, Hermann Scherer, Emil Nolde, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner.


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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

Chinese brushes, wich allow me specific signs. And also zen music that calm my mental.


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

"What you are criticized for, cultivate it, is yourself." from Jean Cocteau, a french author.


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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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