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Lucie De Saint

Art teacher, visual artist, photographer and therapist art, Lucie de Saint maintains a relationship with spontaneous and structured faith in painting. His work continues continuously in a series of artistic and personal research through colors and materials, figurative and abstract, photography and painting.
His artistic research is also focused on transparency and 3D effect. Currently in his plastic work, painting and photography rub shoulders and become almost inseparable from it. This association of mediums offers greater freedom, a way of glimpse the faces and bodies by juxtaposition, to make them reappear on different levels. It’s a work that is revolved around the woman and the gaze. He underlines the duality.
It is a look shared between the one they have on themselves and that which society sends them and the links that are established between the two. This work appears plastically by the plurality of the mediums: their association and their superposition come in turn to contradict or assert the painted form, it is a way of hiding to show more.
In her own way, she performs very colorful abstract bottoms with acrylic painting on Plexiglas, which are superimposed on the typical faces of the ideal of female beauty borrowed from fashion magazines, photographed and reworked in black and white. It is a composition in several times which emanates from a choice, that of these faces and which include several supports, the photographic support and that of plexiglass, whose transparency refers to the diaphanous character of the photographic medium here magnified by painting, which gives the image a form of affect far from fashion magazines and makes them what Barthes called the "punished".
The contrasts are intentionally strong to suggest the strengths and weaknesses that hide in each of us. Fear, sadness, but also fighting spirit, energy, will ... are thus represented. Capture the woman in her inner beauty as well as in her most enigmatic sides.

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