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ARTLOVER150

Carpe diem

$2,140
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One of a kind work | Framed and Ready to Hang
110 x 80 cm
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Technique
Mixed media
Type
One of a kind work
Material
Plexiglass
Dimensions
110 x 80 cm
Framing
Yes (116 x 86 cm)
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Charcoal drawing digitized on Plexiglas and painted with acrylic + medium fixed under Plexiglas, protected on the back by two layers of gesso and a cardboard box will be delivered with black "L" American frame.

The painting on inverted glass (or painting under glass) is a difficult artistic technique which is carried out directly on a glass plate. The glass supports the painting as a canvas would. Welded to the glass, it is through this support that one contemplates the work. Thus the glass serves both as a support and a protective varnish. Personally, I use Plexiglas which is less likely to break! In classical painting on canvas, the work is executed from the background to the detail. In coaster painting, everything is reversed, the image first, the right becomes the left when you turn and look at the work, the stages of painting are also reversed because the work begins with the detail and ends with the background. This requires anticipating the steps and a lot of concentration.

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Nadine Defer

Emerging artist Emerging artist

117 fans

DRAGUIGNAN (83), France

94 works

BIOGRAPHY Born in 1954 in the North of France, from a ceramicist and musician father and a musician mother. As a child, I dreamed of doing "Fine Arts". But my parents advised me (as their own parents had done) to choose job security. So I became a psychiatric nurse, like my father, like my grandfather. At the same time I am learning to work the land with my father. In 1984, I moved to the south of France, La Provence. I regularly attend watercolour workshops, then drawing with live models, it is the revelation: "I will work on the body! "There are several courses in contemporary painting, drawing, engraving... university courses in art history and plastic arts, I attend the Beaux Arts de Toulon, participate in many exhibitions where I win many prizes. In 2010, freed from certain family constraints (my children are grown up), I decided to leave my job as a nurse to devote myself to painting. Since then, as a professional artist, I have participated in many contemporary art shows. MY APPROACH IS ESSENTIALLY PLASTIC. I am looking for a rich, constructed and powerful painting, where graphics, materials and colours ARTICULATE for a subject: the human body. An approach where semantics takes second place and comes down to: "living", without socio-political pretensions or chatter. THE SUPPORT: the canvas for me becomes "skin", body expression. The represented tends to disappear in favour of a lived body, mine, but also that of the spectator. Moreover, the format I use allows this physical engagement through gestures. GRAPHISM: everything starts and ends with drawing, working from living models. I am attentive to a gesture, a look, a shortcut, or simply a curve, a hand, a foot, a knee... In fact, an almost kinesthetic emotion guides the choice of my lines for my preparatory drawings. THE CHROMATIC ISSUE: My palette is original, daring and personal. It represents in itself a kind of signature. It is an assumed risk, because this somewhat expressionist choice contributes, I think, to the strength of my work. THE MATTER: my colours are material by asserting themselves through a certain autonomy: drips, impastoes, virgin canvas in places, creating overflow, spontaneity and the unexpected. This is probably where the "drive" dimension of my paintings is hidden. THE SUBJECT finally, the body, is an exciting subject. It cannot leave anyone indifferent because everyone can feel his or her involving strength. Naked or faces, the body always captures us.

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