"The Devil’s House" is part of the series of "Uprooted Houses". In this series, the artist unveils silent residences left in suspense and adorned with a selection of varied roots; the mysterious beauty of these interiors are invitations to travel to other utopias. A wind of carelessness blows around these bewitching houses, like a romance, a promise of happiness for a lifetime. By transcending these mischievous displays and other Pandora’s boxes, Sophie Lormeau seeks to restore wings to our wonder. Sophie Lormeau makes dreams. The artist painted on magazine paper and gloated as he tore the edges. She gloats, because this gesture is one of those forbidden in childhood: not to tear, not to stain, not to scribble. From this smooth, carefully chosen support, it erases, stretches the simulacra of a consumer society that does not keep its promises to create a new dream, an artistic dream. Mixed technique (acrylic paint, pencil, collage and solvent) on magazine paper, with deliberately rough or torn edges, mounted on a 20x20cm canvas board. Framing possible on request, in addition. Display frame in solid oak made by a professional framer, in France, 36x36 cm. Feel free to contact KAZoART for more information. Certificate of authenticity signed on the back.