Acrylic and black marker
Dimensions: 150cm (H) x 100cm (W) x 1cm (D) / 59.1" (H) x 39.4" (W) x 0.4" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
"Pink pareidolia garden", acrylic and black marker on canvas, 150X100 cm.
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A painting where pinks vibrate in contrast with deep violets. The subject of this modern artwork is a contemporary interpretation of the plant universe. The natural elements are evoked in a free way: flowers, rose, perhaps (certainly) the vegetable profusion of a garden. Technically, this piece with bright colors is made with acrylic and black marker, in a gestural style, with spontaneous writing. The black marker graphics, which make up the underlying drawing, appear in random places and animate certain areas of the work. The keys create a colorful vibration, a game between the undersides and the tops of the painting. The work is protected with a glossy acrylic varnish. This work will be delivered with an invoice and a signed certificate of authenticity. Shipment carefully packaged and tracked.
Based in: Vouvray, France
Fabienne Monestier is a French professionnal painter.
She is graduated in Fine Art. She studied experimental cinema and engraving at the art school "Institut d'Arts Visuels" of Orléans, France.
But her favorite practice, in cinema, was to draw the story-boards !
She get an Art School High Diploma in 1989. She really began painting in 1994.
Main time, she paints from imagination, because she likes the freedom of evocation. She likes working in figurative, abstract, impressionism or photorealism ways. She always says that the most important, for her, is to create images !
All her artworks are original pieces, paintings and drawings, direct from her studio in Touraine, in the Loire Valley, France.
She is also a lyrical mezzo singer in the professionnal choir from Opera of Tours, France.
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