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Nuclear trees Collage

MB Magali Batté Gauthier


Collage, canevas on Canvas

Size: 13 W x 13 H x 1.2 D in

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I am working on the concept of recycling art, using natural elements to create art, rather than using only industrial products for fine arts. All has been settled in a wooden box closed by a plastic glass as a reliquary of the Nature. All material used here are provided by plants weather growing today or which had been on earth a long time ago (petroleum products) Here some trees are on a small land that is not yet under water. Their reflect in water show us there nuclear contamination due to human use of atomic powers. The box is a reliquary of nature, a reliquary that allows to bring back land art in our house. A reliquary of the today's disaster.

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Collage:canevas on Canvas

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Size:13 W x 13 H x 1.2 D in

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"Creativity is the baseline to build researches both in science and in art." Magali is an artist working in Lorraine, Grand Est, France. Magali is graduated with a PhD in Sciences (Chemistry and Microbiology) and a master in Environmental sciences. Later, she studied painting at the ESAL, Art school of Lorraine in Metz, where she found a major interest in the oil painting technics of old masters such as Bosch or Vermeer. She inspires by artists such as Caillebotte, Pissaro, Signac, Hooper Since 2015, she focuses on creating art dedicated to the biospher preservation and the share of the planet between all living forms, exploring diverse range of subjects from wildlife, to children and land/cityscape.The mysterical source of light, surrounded by a darkness shadow gives her work the magic of an epiphany. " I studied environmental sciences in France, UK and Canada,(oceanography than in bacterial ecology in waters ...). At the same time, I used to praticed art on my own since ... always so many art lover pratician. Thanks to the birthes of my children, I realised that art was the way fitting the most to express my sensitivity to ecology. Today, I'm working on the sharing and the global warming. using on the look of animals, children, trees and the fantastic huge nature."

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