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Yang balloon Painting

jerome royer


Painting, Ink on Paper

Size: 11.8 W x 17.7 H x 1 D in

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Watercolor painting on fabriano watercolor paper 300grs , Indian ink and white gel

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Painting:Ink on Paper

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Size:11.8 W x 17.7 H x 1 D in

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Creative Process: Painting is one of my forms of meditation. When I paint I’m fully aware of the present moment. I constantly want to create, it’s like discovering something new each time. Sometimes I need movement and therefore work more on the movement of my brush. Sometimes I feel a need to mix colours, or work on a sensation, a feeling. Inspiration can come from: • a model that calls me by her beauty, her attitude, her eyes ... and then I integrate it into an unexpected world. • Or conversely begin work on colors or textures and see a face appear. I work a lot on feeling, it’s like a craving for chocolate. The idea comes and never leaves me. I don’t fight it, I don’t expect anything. When the time is right, I enjoy it until I am full and fulfilled. I’m guided by accepting what comes to me without really taking control. My leitmotiv is to transform reality, combine figurative and abstract. For me humanity and its environment are one, we belong to the universe and it belongs to us, so I try to create works by “merging” the subject and the background. I always represent stillness and movement. Immobility being represented by the posture of my subject, movement through the dripping technique. I wish to awaken your emotions; the stillness of Zen and the rush of movement, the harmony of colour and the unity of the subject and his world. Biography: From an early age, Jerome Royer has always had a knack for art. At school, whether it was just a doodle on a notepad or a full-blown project in art-class, students and teaches often praised him for his natural skill. But to Jerome, art was never anything worth pursuing. It was an amusing hobby, but nothing that would take him anywhere in life. Little did he know how much of an impact this natural talent would have on his life. As a young adult, Jerome continued his studies in hopes of becoming an architect. Despite his final exam's result which urged him to become an artist, he took the more practical path and eventually found what he thought was his dream job, designing buildings. It wasn't until he was 38 that Jerome decided to immerse himself in art. He began to post his doodles and caricatures on his instagram page, and surprisingly received positive feedback from not just his friends, but strangers from all over the world. These compliments gave him the confidence to continue creating and try different techniques with his art.

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