Size: 23.62"W x 23.62"H x 0.79"D
Year Created: 2017
Ready to Hang
"Virginia creeper", acrylic painting on stretched canvas, 60X60 cm.
"Virginia creeper" is part of a series of paintings about autumn and its wonderful colors and lights, between abstraction and impressionism. I started this series several years ago. Thus, each autumn brings me its ritual of contemplation and admiration of nature. The foliage is just evoked, the leaves of the Virginia creeper (on my courtyard, climbing along the walls and windows) is rendered by gestural touches of reds. The colorful atmosphere is enhanced by the extra-fine acrylics brand Liquitex and Golden. There's graphic effects due to some dripping.
This is a one of a kind painting, signed on the front. The artwork is ready to hang.
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I am a french professional painter. All my artworks are original paintings and drawings, direct from my studio in Touraine. For as long as I can remember, I have always painted and drew. I have studied experimental cinema and engraving at the Institut d'Arts Visuels of Orléans, France. My favorite practice, in cinema, was to draw the story-boards ! I get an Art School High Diploma in 1989. I began painting in 1994. I regularly exhibit my painting in collective or solo shows. I also often participate (and win) in big size painting compétitions, in France. I am also a lyrical mezzo singer in the professionnal choir from Opera of Tours, France. Depuis aussi longtemps que je me souvienne, j'ai toujours peint et dessiné. J'ai fait les Beaux Arts à l'IAV d'Orléans, où j'ai obtenu mon DNSEP en 1989. A l'époque, je faisais de la gravure et du cinéma expérimental. Ce que je préférais dans le cinéma, c'était de dessiner les story-board ! Je suis venue tardivement à la peinture : 1994.