Subject Tags: prints, track, imprint, phylosophical, thoughts, thought provoking, reflexion, for nature lovers, nature inspired, forest, graphic, run, lost, greenery, green, childhood, fields, bathers, paradise, beach, woman
Size: 27.56"W x 27.56"H x 0.79"D
Year Created: 2017
Lost in paradise or lost paradise, on canvas size 70 x 70 cm.
It is a young woman in swimsuit, lost in a field, in a wild world. She lost her childhood when she became an adult.
Lost in paradise or lost paradise. Where is the beach ?
Acrylic and inkjet printing on paper glued on canvas. The painting is protected by glossy varnish.
Santoni Patrick is a Corsican artist born in 1964, working in painting, video and mixed media. He lives and works in France. He studied at the ESBA in Angers (« Higher School of Fine Arts » of Angers, France), from 1983 to 1986 in the architecture section, leading in parallel classical guitar studies. Santoni Patrick began his painting by Street Art during his studies at the ESBA of Angers. Jean-Michel Basquiat was his first inspirer, as his elder, he went into workshop where he dropped the aerosols for brushes. His very graphic and protesting work led him gradually towards a more realistic, always rebellious painting, the aesthetic became publicity punctuated by provocative slogans, a smooth painting without matter or little, like the classic painters, he uses systematically the sfumato. After several professional steps (furniture design, product design, web design), he decided to focus on painting in 2002. In 2010, he questioned his work, and began a work of study in small format based on the landscape with support for photography, a return to the sources, which led him today towards a more pictorial work, with More material and more transparency. His landscapes always have this note of protest that characterizes the artist, they reveal an ideological commitment, a societal drift, sometimes underlined by the title, they are often related to childhood, hopes born in childhood and disillusionment of adulthood. His work is not only visual, it raises a question, opens a debate.