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Marianne Quinzin

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Marianne Quinzin

Hometown: Grenoble

Based in: Rouen

 

Between figuration and abstraction, Marianne Quinzin's work evokes nature and natural elements. Landscapes, skies, water, mountains and rocks are for her inexhaustible sources of inspiration.
She likes to suggest more than represent, to give free rein to the imagination of the spectator and to arouse his emotion.

Marianne Quinzin is a professional painter, graduate of the Decorative Arts and the School of Fine Arts in Lyon, France. She has been fully dedicated to painting for about twenty years, she lives and works in Rouen, France.

Her work is present in many private collections in France and abroad.

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La cote

Marianne Quinzin, France

Mixed Media

US$ 960

Quiet river

Marianne Quinzin, France

Mixed Media

US$ 2,125

Le point du jour

Marianne Quinzin, France

Painting

US$ 2,130

Living blue 3

Marianne Quinzin, France

Mixed Media

US$ 2,130

To the light

Marianne Quinzin, France

Painting

US$ 1,380

Living blue - 2

Marianne Quinzin, France

Painting

US$ 1,600

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About Marianne Quinzin


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What inspires you?

The associations of colors and natural elements are for me recurring sources of inspiration, nature and landscape themes that I love.


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Describe your creative process.

In the beginning, the color. To pose the paint, to act on the matter. Hide, cover, then be a spectator of what exists outside oneself. Remove, scratch, scratch, sand, wash.


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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

feeling, color, imagination


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Who are some artists that have influenced your work?

My artistic affinities are varied and eclectic. The light in Turner's work, the power of colorful vibrations and the rigor of De Staël's compositions, the explosive freedom of Joan Mitchell, the technical mastery and breadth of Gerhard Richter's work both figurative and abstract. The artistic movements that influence my painting are mainly abstract expressionism and lyrical abstraction, in particular the work of Zao Wou-Ki for the search for light, the play of transparency and opacity, the alternation of empty and full


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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

pigments, water, coating, spalter, painting knife, sponge


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

you can do it !


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Where do you go for inspiration?

Everywhere in what surrounds me, but also inside me, in my memories.

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