This tree by the waterBy Linda Clerget
Acrylic Paint, Acrylic on wooden panel
Dimensions: 40cm (H) x 50cm (W) x 0.5cm (D) / 15.7" (H) x 19.7" (W) x 0.2" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
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This painting is the fruit of memories of ballads in the plain of Sorques, a sensitive natural space of the South Seine and Marne in France.
The artist seeks to retranscribe his feelings, emotions and to share them with the viewer by relying on a spontaneous touch and an important work on the colors.
The support is varnished and ready to hang with an hanging system. It is signed on the front. It is delivered with its certificate of authenticity signed by the artist.
Linda Clerget's work is done in an impressionist style with impasto. The colours are broken and worked in a fresh way.
Linda Clerget is a French artist known internationally for her abstract and impressionist landscapes. She works on the creation of a personal language based on strong fundamentals from French impressionist painting.
Evocative and timeless, the energetic paintings by artist Linda Clerget speak to our most primordial selves — a deep connection that the artist is keen to foster. Deeply spiritual and intimate, the canvases are more than beautiful landscapes and abstract gestures. They are an integral part of the artist’s personal journey and an expression of her search for truth, beauty, and meaning in a world that often feels chaotic and cruel.
"In any case, I believe that this is a deep motivation and ambition. I think that art allows us to show another world, a deeper, timeless world which vibrates infinite strings in our minds. Like the shamans, I believe in the idea that our sleep, our intuitions and our creations all reveal strange, fascinating, mysterious things about life and its origins. I don’t have a precise definition, and I don’t look for one. That’s why I like painting: I’m able to reveal this feeling and subtly communicate it to others without them knowing it consciously."
Extract of the interview with Kate Kelly for the Art Journal of Artpreneur - 2023
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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