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Enfin une fleur Painting

Michel Delage

Canada

Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 38 W x 52 H x 1 D in

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Je me met à la place d'une plante qui a une fleur pour la première fois. Je crois que c'est un moment fabuleux pour la plante. J'essai d'entrer dans ces dimensions intimes du vivant. I put myself in the place of a plant that has a flower for the first time. I think it's a fabulous time for the plant. I try to enter these intimate dimensions of the living

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:38 W x 52 H x 1 D in

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For those who ponder the notion of infinity and the immeasurable, there is often a key phrase that serves both to define the depth of such a subject and to create a conceptual anchor in an artistic practice. In my case, the phenomenon of transformation, whether physical or imaginary, fascinates me. And to try to capture it, even to understand it, I try to translate it into images. Of course, some transformations, such as those related to flora and fauna, are easier to interpret. But for others, whether microscopic or macroscopic, there needs to be a control value that becomes a sort of "unit of measure": both colors and form support all types of transformations. Playing with color helps me synchronize with visible waves. By jerky and repeated gestures, by the superposition of more or less large droplets, by different jets of paint on the canvas, I discover a kind of chromatic memory that has participated in the development and organization of the material. The earth (the organization of matter) transforms our bodies in the sense that it constantly changes the order and structure of our physical world. Color (the visible waves of the electromagnetic spectrum) concentrates our movement in the sense that it puts the physical world back into a certain magnetic fluidity where the unknown and the marvelous of all transformations reside. Hence, this apparent dichotomy in my works where the flat geometry of cut-out spaces (the shapes) intermingle with undulations and colored variations of all kinds.

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