Vianney Clausse / Everybody needs the sun

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Dear Friends,

 

Happy New Year to you all! We’re excited that our first exhibition of Art this year will be Vianney Clausse. You can see more of their work here. Please come along on 16th January to celebrate with us.

Also, follow this blog for an interview soon.

Love all round.

 

139 Team

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About the Artist

I am a 27 years old french multidisciplinary artist working mainly with the clay material in both visual art and craft fields.
(If any borders would be traced).

Essentially based on a 7 years learning process of chinese calligraphy from my early adolescence, my aestheticism followed then its footsteps by developing an abstract language with personal experiences and more largely Western societies codes.

Gradually structured on several mediums according to uneven financial possibilities, this language intuitively built to get its final complexity, turned to be very busy.

Really recently, thanks to several travels in Mexico and South America and helped by the clay’s work, I started to colour more and more intensively my artworks, while missing so much the daily light along my Winter’s times in Quebec.

This artwork is one of my answer to this recent life’s experience, capitalizing as well, the artist’s insecurity with the use of humble materials originally dedicated for kids.

By extension, I hope it highlights the benefit of networking and bring people closer, because this work has been visually very inspired by drawing with a friend, artist and mainly
cabinet-maker.

 

 

www.vianneycl2011qc.wix.com

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