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Constance de MaistreLe fleuve est calme

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130 W x 89 H cm
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Mixed media
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Mounted Canvas
130 W x 89 H cm
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"At the beginning they are sketches on the spot, imprints of colors, rhythms, lines. From these notebooks of "the moment", I work on large formats in the studio, superimpositions, to retranscribe certain elements of my imagination and my memory. I try to reproduce a movement, a horizon. I use inks that I superimpose, pencils, oil pastels..." Constance de Maistre

Constance de Maistre
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  • KAZoART artist since 2021
  • 21 works

Constance de Maistre is a visual artist. Born into a family of women artists (mother, great-grandmother, great-aunt), she was told that art is not a profession! After "serious" studies in communication and a few years working for the INPI, she trained in decorative painting. For 4 years, she created theatre sets for a troupe of actors, then window decorations for the company FOSSIER in Reims. At the same time, she started her own plastic research with artists' workshops in the Reims region. When she moved to Bordeaux, she enrolled at the Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux as an auditor to deploy all her energy in the search for abstraction. At the same time, she never stops collecting old family letters, old papers full of stories, old boat sails... She uses them in her abstract works, inspired by Rauschenberg and the expressionist artists. Marked by very strong family histories, she never stops looking for these forgotten, erased traces of life, which have fed her imagination and her works. In 2015, in collaboration with the pastry chef Mathieu Zurcher, from the Zurcher House in Bordeaux, she worked on the elaboration of chocolate pieces, in the colours of her works, nicknamed "Le Constance". The project is causing a stir in the region. In 2019, she exhibits in the Salle des pas perdus, of the TGI of Bordeaux, a building representative of the emblematic architecture of the Richard Rogers cabinet, on the occasion of the Heritage Days. For 10 years, she has been exhibiting regularly in her region and elsewhere (Paris, London, Bordeaux, Le Mans...)

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