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Marion RoyElles

Emerging artist
Drawing
One of a kind work
13 W x 18 H cm
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Technique
Pencil drawing
Type
One of a kind work
Material
Paper
Dimensions
13 W x 18 H cm
Framing
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Source(s) of the model photograph: Isabela Catão (Pexels).

Completion time: 20 hours

Format: 13 x 18 cm

This drawing is one of the most complex I've ever made, not because of the drawing itself but because of the message I wanted to convey. At first, I wanted to convey a certain message, which I did not really define but which was oriented towards "a little more of you to love". Then, the scars, the self-mutilations were far too present not to focus on them. I then did some research, especially through Camille L's incredible books on the difficult subject of being a borderline degraded person.

I guess it's not the right drawing to do it, I didn't find a particular passage adequate to what I wanted to convey. So I took my pens and wrote. "Because Gandhi once uttered these words "Life persists in the very midst of destruction."" Because they made you feel better, Because they were a solution, Because they show your history, Because they show your strength, Because they make you who you are today, Because you lived and conquered, Be proud of them, Of your body, Of yourself.

Marion Roy
France
Emerging artist
  • KAZoART artist since 2021
  • 36 works

After a year of art school, civic service at the Poitiers University Hospital, two years of license in psychology, a professional license in social intervention and several exhibitions, Marion feels that it is now or never to get started professionally in art: she becomes a professional artist in April 2021, in an attempt to make a living from her passion.

His artistic approach: between benevolence and emotions

Indeed, she draws since her childhood. At first, Marion painted landscapes and, fascinated by realistically drawn portraits, tried to do so in her turn when she was 15 years old. It is therefore for 7 years that faces emerge from its leaves in a hyperrealistic way, all in black and white, and the progression of this technique tends to show the appearance of the body without hiding its imperfections. For her, the ideal and stereotypical body is put forward through social networks and the media: they direct the daily lives of people who are looking for a “perfect” body. This is not the goal of her art, she wants to highlight the diversity of bodies, which turns out to be hidden because of societal stereotypes. This artistic approach is reflected in his drawings in Polaroid format, where elements of the body are drawn, such as wrinkles, stretch marks, hair, the pregnancy line ... In addition to this message of benevolence, his artistic approach correlates with the transmission of emotions through his drawings. It is important for her to convey emotions to people: each of her works must provide emotions, whether positive or negative.

Her technique is at the service of her artistic approach: given that this is to show a hidden reality and to transmit particular emotions, Marion tries as much as possible to make the drawing real, like a cliché. For most of her drawings, she does them in several hours. For example, she makes a 30x40 cm drawing in usually 80 hours. The hyperrealism of his drawings therefore requires patience, thoroughness, rigor, precision, and above all an almost perfect technique. His material is mainly composed of graphite pencils, black pencils and black Panpastel.

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