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Watercolor, pastels and ink
Dimensions: 100cm(H) x 70cm(W) x 0.7cm(D) / 39.4"(H) x 27.6"(W) x 0.3"(D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
This work, exhibited in 2020 during the exhibition of Painters from the Marsh at La Halle des Blancs Manteaux in Paris, pays tribute to the evocative power of the landscape as a sacred and soothing internal image.
It is a landscape painted spontaneously and totally imaginary, it is an opportunity for the artist to summon the famous painter Claude Monet but also to evoke the Asian influences that reign in the work of Linda Bachammar.
This piece was made by the artist on a thick watercolor paper 300g in format 100 X 70 cm.
The work is framed with a black aluminum rod. It is carried out by the first washes in watercolor before going up in material by pigments of pastels and Indian ink.
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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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