Audrey Rouvin is a painter and illustrator who lives and works in Brittany. After four years of study at the Pivaut School of Applied Arts in Nantes, she obtained a diploma in decorative painting, specialising in trompe l'oeil, ornamentation and oil painting.
She broadened her know-how and techniques during numerous courses and artistic experiences but also satisfied her curiosity through contact with artists and craftsmen, notably during a course in a stained glass workshop in Chartres and another in a jewellery workshop in Nantes.
In 2014 and 2015, she creates the decorations and paintings for the "guinguette" in Tours as part of the "Tours sur Loire" festival. This collaboration with the association "Le petit monde" took her to Thailand to work on the decoration of a bungalow at the Blue Lagoon hotel on the island of Koh Chang and then on the opening of the "La Javelle" music hall (Paris XVIth).
In 2016, she takes part in the artistic residency with the collective L'armacca artillerie at the Pasteur Hotel in Rennes. At the same time, she practices watercolour and inks as a self-taught artist and regularly exhibits her personal works in her region.
Passionate about decorative arts, comics and architecture, her ink illustrations open the door to dreamlike and nostalgic realms where nature always plays the leading role.
She is currently participating in a comic strip project with the scriptwriter Tarek and an exhibition with Vincent Pompetti is planned for this year 2021 in a contemporary art gallery in Bourges and in Rennes at L'atelier Noir Noir. She has also just joined the JPHT gallery in Paris and will take part in a group exhibition at the Marché Dauphine (Saint-Ouen) on the occasion of the thirtieth anniversary of Gainsbourg's death.