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Coralie Huon

Coralie Huon is a multidisciplinary artist and illustrator who takes inspiration from nature and landscapes. Focusing on our connection with nature and - through this - our relationship with ourselves, Coralie uses landscapes as metaphors to express emotional and spiritual journeys. She highlights the beauty of the outdoor world and the interaction of people with these places and themselves.

Style and Practice

After a climbing accident in her early twenties, Coralie decided to produce a graphic novel about the experience. Since then, she has never looked back. Her illustrative creations are invitations to reflect on how we relate to the powerful forces of our planet and renew our connection with nature. In essence, her works manifest the desire to find life’s deeper meaning through the wonders of the world. Coralie’s style is highly intricate and blends high precision with layered, geometric forms. The viewer is led on a journey through contrasting colours and graphic shapes, navigating a new space between her mixed-media paintings and the inner experience they elicit.

Early Career and Exhibitions

The emerging artist attained a Master in Architecture from Ensaplv, Paris, France - an influence visible in her delicately structured works. Coralie also has a MA in Interior Design from Arts Decoratifs de Paris and a BA in the same subject from Ecole Boulle, Paris. She has exhibited her works at Brick Lane Gallery, London (2021) and Roy’s Art Fair (2021).

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