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Kerstin PaillardBetelgeuse

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41 W x 46 H cm
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Mixed media
One of a kind work
Mounted Canvas
41 W x 46 H cm
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Pigments on linen canvas, glossy varnish finish.

Betelgeuse is one of the brightest stars on winter nights. Its flamboyant brilliance marks the left shoulder of the famous Orion hunter, a constellation that does not escape the gaze of the curious who are looking up at the sky right now. It is a red-orange supergiant, cold and clearly visible to the naked eye. It is one of the brightest stars in our galaxy and most likely the largest star in this region of the Milky Way. This painting is a tribute to this star that keeps getting paler and paler.

Kerstin Paillard
  • KAZoART artist since 2018
  • 25 works

Kerstin Paillard, born in 1977 in Paris, is a Franco-Swedish artist who lives and works between Nice and Stockholm. She draws her inspiration from her dual culture, the history of art, the beauty of nature, the sky and clouds, the light of the north and the colours of the south, as well as from her travels, emotions and dreams.

Fascinated since the beginning by colour and form, she paints abstract landscapes with dry pastel (pigments) on canvas, obtained by applying numerous layers of pigments. Rhythm, harmony and textures are very important in his work. Each painting begins with an image, inspired by a text, a poem, the words of a song, an opera, a quotation.

She has always lived through colour. Every feeling, every note, every word, every thought is a color. Colours are her way of translating and expressing what she hears, sees, smells and feels. She uses dry pastels that she rubs, crumbles, crushes, mixes on the canvas, with her fingers and hands, kneeling on the ground, feeling the textures, creating texture effects, original colors, explosive collisions, where light appears or disappears, opening the doors of an etheric and abstract world. His style is an original and sensitive combination between Abstract Expressionism and Color Field Painting (Helen Frankenthaler, Rothko, Emil Nolde, Degas).

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