Iris Dream IBy Linda Clerget
Acrylic, Acrylic, oil, oil pastels on canvas
Dimensions: 50cm (H) x 50cm (W) x 1cm (D) / 19.7" (H) x 19.7" (W) x 0.4" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
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Linda Clerget's abstract and cosmic plant paintings are a journey into nature and the imagination. With vivid colors and clean shapes, these paintings transport you to a dreamlike world and invite you to contemplate. Inspired by flowers, these artworks combine the poetry of abstraction with the serenity of figurative touches to create a unique style.
These abstract flower paintings are created in mixed media on canvas. Organic colors and shapes combine to create a sense of movement and depth, while textures and layers of paint add depth to each work.
Linda Clerget is an internationally recognized artist with five years of experience and numerous exhibitions and art reviews to her credit. She has developed a personal technique for highlighting cosmic and plant elements.
Here the artist wonders what flowers dream of... This allows us to enter the dream of an iris, and imagine ourselves experiencing the botanical world.
Linda Clerget's abstract and floral paintings are a true hymn to nature and the universe, a call to contemplation, reflection and poetry.
The work is varnished with a UV filter and has a hanging system. The canvas is stretched on a wooden frame of very good quality. It is signed on the back and painted on the sides to enhance the immersion.
Based in: Fontainebleau, France
"To poetize the world by seeking the essence of beings".
After having worked in many jobs more or less related to art (journalist, communication trainer, receptionist, editor of a management magazine, communication assistant in industry...), Linda Clerget turned to the arts, starting with theater before drifting towards photography, drawing and finally …
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