Oil, varnish, pigment, spray on linen canvas
Dimensions: 53cm (H) x 46cm (W) x 3.5cm (D) / 20.9" (H) x 18.1" (W) x 1.4" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
This painting continues the adventure of this series called Somewhere and its title refers to the smallest indivisible measure... which led to quantum mechanics, quantum physics. An invitation through abstraction to question what we see, what we know... What the blip do we know about reality?
Dimensions without frame: 46 x 33 x 2.5cm and dimensions with the frame: 53 x 40 x 3.5 cm
Based in: Paris
French-Canadian Artist. My work has been exhibited in several countries and is represented by several galleries.
I studied Interior Architecture and Textile Design: an atypical path marked by pictorial and digital experiments. I work in many mutually-enriching fields, ranging from design, textile, graphics, 3D and 3D printing to painting, drawing, etc., moving from one to the other in a fluid, natural way.
I discovered felt-tip pens when I was very young: a revelation! They have never left me since. Since then, my toolbox has expanded considerably. Pictorial practice gradually became an essential part of my life; more than a means of expression, it’s almost a necessity!
Everything interests and inspires me: sensations, emotions, conversations, memories, dreams, press articles, a word, a book, a photo, a poster, an exhibition, a conference, a trip, a nature getaway, a multitude of subjects... Of course, in this WHOLE, there is a direction; my senses, my mind, my soul are wired to capture what especially moves me, with a predilection for nature and its beauty. If we only pay attention, beauty and harmony are all around us, sometimes well hidden and yet...
Color is my golden thread, my main tool. Imagination and fantasy are part of the process. Then comes expression, experimentation, exploration... My quest.
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