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Acrylic on canvas
Dimensions: 92cm(H) x 73cm(W) x 2cm(D) / 36.2"(H) x 28.7"(W) x 0.8"(D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
This painting speaks of the place of humans in the whole, in the world, in nature. Here it is a question of getting lost in order to better find oneself. It is an idealistic and hoped-for vision of a communion between the different parties. The canvas was made in acrylic using complementary colors. A zone of water made out of bluish solid allows to rest the glance between the two zones of abundant nature, one of which hides a group of humans happy to be in communion with the elements, almost invisible, forming part of the great all.
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Based in: Fontainebleau, France
"Paint the endless feeling of being alive."
Linda Bachammar is a French painter born on November 21, 1985 located in Fontainebleau. Long before becoming an artist, Linda was already adopting a lively approach, in search of the vocation that would most fit in with her. His approach took the form of successive metamorphoses: journalism, management consulting, theater; sometimes with loops and returns, until the vocation that never leaves her emerges, the pictorial creation.
His work today focuses on a poetry of the living, inspired by the multiple forms of nature and the organic world. She paints a tribute to life with intense colors, a touch and a tree line. The artist seeks to paint what it is like to be alive, in all its forms and to create a poetry of links between man and nature, dreams and reality, the human race and spirituality. Linda has exhibited in several art galleries and fairs in France and abroad.
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