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Catherine VillerméUn goût d'océan

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60 W x 50 H cm
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Oil painting
One of a kind work
Mounted Canvas
60 W x 50 H cm
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The canvas is figurative but it evokes an absent yet main subject of the painting: the ocean. The ocean is behind the dune, you can hear the crash of the waves, but you can’t see it. We only see the edge of the pine trees that we will have to cross. Oil, brush, spatula technique.

Catherine Villermé
  • KAZoART artist since 2017
  • 22 works sold
  • 57 works

Bordering on the limits of what can be considered real or imaginary, Catherine Villermé’s paintings stand at the crossroads of figurativism and abstraction.

Works that leave space for emotion

This artist’s main goal is to leave space for emotion, thus creating landscapes formed by a type of interior vision, producing surreal even subconscious worlds.

Figurative painting is a way for her to tell an emotional story. Catherine Villermé believes in impulses, in listening to vibrations, to frequencies. Because each canvas reveals something that we all carry within ourselves, but that we’re so blissfully unaware of.

In order to create her pictorial projects, Villermé immerses herself in a musical environment in order to build a story little by little about feelings. After a battle with a long illness, Catherine Villermé now draws her inspiration from surpressed and forgotten memeories, where ocean and forest meet. 

A well established technique

Oil on canvas is this artist’s medium of choice for accomplishing her works, a technique that imposes its time, sometimes forcing her to work on an emotion to painstaking extents even reaching the point of self-forgetfulness.

The oil allows all the remorse, all the resumptions, all the overlays, it allows her to confess all her truths, but also lie at the same time. 

In her paintings, Catherine Villermé likes to play with light and create colored partitions with the help of brush, a spatula, a finger, a rag, without leaving anything out. She is indeed constantly in search of ways to portray and depict her deepest expectations and desires.

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