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Arnaud MartinEx-voto

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70 W x 113 H cm
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Mixed media
One of a kind work
70 W x 113 H cm
Yes (73 W x 116 H cm)
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This fantastic scene rich in symbols breaks the scales and proportions to plunge us into a dream. Man is embroiled in the natural and supernatural elements that surpass him. The name Ex-voto refers to the sailboat hanging from the vault of the cathedral. It is an offering to heaven in thanksgiving for the protection obtained by many sailors and that can be found today in many churches on the French and European coasts.

The opposition between nature and architecture is found in the opposition between the precise detail in India ink and the watercolor sent on the sheet.

Arnaud Martin
  • KAZoART artist since 2021
  • 17 works

Born in 1990, Arnaud Martin is a visual artist working with mixed media, especially watercolor and Indian ink. He lives and works in Ile de France.

Through the colors, the traces and the lines, the artist plunges us in a narrative universe charged with sacred and symbolic. He handles oppositions such as nature versus human construction, the gigantic versus the small, the blur versus the precise... to create an impression on the viewer.

The human being is present and plunges us into the universe allowing us to give it a scale as well as a reality. We can often see him alone as living the story that is being told.
The human thus represents the context, highlighting the time and place.

We also find the artist's fascination for the achievements and the surpassing of man in the face of adversity.

Marked by the drawing, Arnaud Martin tries to tell a story through his works. The precision of certain elements worked in ink and pen contrasts with the almost random watercolour treatment of their environment.

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