Amélie Vogel tries to answer this question, letting materials speak (inks, acrylics, oils) to find the balance, sometimes mineral, organic or industrial, which emerges from silence in an almost autonomous way.
Guided by paint, she listens to the possible, the ephemeral and all that “could be”. Thus, as at their beginning, volumes and universes appear, like so many treasures in perpetual mutation, which have their own principle of life.
In the Portfolio tab, you’ll find all the variations of her work, indexed by series.
Born in Saint-Malo, France in 1984.
2002 : DEUG 1 History of Arts
2003 – 2005 : Double cursus Music / Visual Arts at Rennes faculty
2008 : Master of Musicology, Jazz and Improvisation
2009 : evening courses Beaux-Arts of Rennes
2012-2014 : evening courses Beaux-Arts of Nantes
2017 : Finearts coaching diploma
Since 2017 : professional art painter, fineart coach. International exhibitions (Germany, Denmark…)
On the one hand, an anarchic, chaotic architecture, irregular textures which randomly reveal elements of massive consumption. On the other, a homogeneous, balanced, smooth and serene immensity, autonomous. The MIXITIES series describes the contrasting relationships between humans and their environment.
What if beauty could also be seen under a microscope? Invisible, untouchable, organic, moving ... Here is the Emo series, which takes its name from the enamelled aspect that the epoxy resin gives on the canvas. Here, autonomous, living materials make their biological path on the support before being frozen in the shiny magnifying glass of the epoxy.