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Nathalie Sizaret

The enigma of existence
Nathalie Sizaret's work is exploration on two parallels: philosophical and plastic, on canvas as on paper. She works figuration because the body, vulnerable and fragile humans, is at the center of the question and the answer. Art is an alchemy, inner transformation allows the transformation of the world.
A mystical approach to art
Nathalie Sizaret lives and works in the Paris region. She finds her inspiration, in the gesture of painting. Spontaneously, intuitively, without preparatory drawing. The years spent working anatomy and morphology at the School of Fine Arts allow him today to do without the model, giving him freedom to seek in the canvas which will eventually "appear".
Lulled by centuries of creation and a permanent musical background in her workshop, Nathalie Sizaret explains that painting the intimate image of the body, naked, in all its forms and colors is a way of "surveying the mystery".
The inner journey
The sensitive and singular work of Nathalie Sizaret, her tight palette of natural shadow and gray, awakened by orange and red bursts, invites us to stop and to travel in silence and motionless in front of each of his paintings, in front of each of these stories that the backs, faces, faces, hands, wings of these beings she subjects to our gaze
"There are the worlds that inhabit her and those who come to her without her will being involved [...]" (Jean Charbonnier)

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