Lives for grass by Mathilde Roussel
Mathilde Roussel is a French artist based in. Her artwork explores the questions around human being in what it is the most imperceptible. It is linked to a search to reveal through metaphor, our inner image. She wants to find the shape, the color, the dimension of our mental landscape. Her autonomous preparatory drawings allow her to formally think her sculptures which become drawings in space. Through her explorations, she strives to question time considering both human and vegetal time. Her work becomes a mapping of our body, an anatomy of time and space that we occupy by our fragile presence in the world., ,
48 Shades of Lightning
Taken from last night’s thunderstorm.
(color hues are unretouched)
Makoto Taniguchi paints from the reverse on a clear panel of glass, the resulting creation is a reflected representational work and a more abstract floating work. See more below: