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A391 Painting

Laurence Moracchini

France

Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 31.5 W x 31.5 H x 0.8 D in

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A391 belongs to the series of paintings called "landscape between figuration and abstraction". Everyone can see a landscape even if it is an imaginary landscape, like idealized. I like to inspire each person’s imagination so that they can experience the landscape in their own way, in a way which belongs only to them.Each canvas I begin is an adventure. When I work I release my emotions in layers of colors, one on top of the other; it is a kind of dialogue with the canvas.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:31.5 W x 31.5 H x 0.8 D in

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I was born in Paris. Now I live and work in Le Vésinet, in the Yvelines area of France, where I have opened a gallery and studio in 2017. My favourite subject is the portrayal of landscapes. The abstract is always present in my work to a greater or lesser degree depending on the series of paintings. I would define my work as “abstract representation”. I like to inspire each person’s imagination so that they can experience the landscape in their own way, in a way which belongs only to them. My paintings never have an evocative title, just a reference, which allows complete freedom in their interpretation. Each canvas I begin is an adventure. When I work I release my emotions in layers of colour, one on top of the other; it is a sort of dialogue with the canvas. Generally (undoubtedly to escape from the anxiety caused by the blank canvas) I begin my paintings with large swathes of black, scraping and allowing the paint to run down. Then I rapidly apply the layers of colour, it is the hand which expresses the spirit of the work. My paintings are often completely transformed from one day to the next. I keep track of the different stages, either visibly, or by “overpainting” and through this process of layering, little by little, is born the balance of the finished work. From very large canvases (over 80 inches) to the ‘Mini’ format my technique is always the same: I work with a very wide blade using acrylic and marble powder which gives a nice and matt texture

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