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Veronique Egloff

Véronique Egloff is a French painter born in 1962. She lives and works in Brittany. What could be better than a work of this artist to immerse himself in pictorial equations having the constant life.
His work invites us to navigate the very heart of vital energy, the one that irrigates us and encompasses us in everything around us. We then experience this powerful current thanks to its “games”. Through her dense and abundant work which gives the floor to the “living”, Veronique Egloff seeks to raise awareness and provoke an awareness in his spectator. To do this, she allows herself many plastic differences, if they allow her to get closer to the idea she has in mind.
A graduate of a large business school, Véronique Egloff is always inspired by her former profession as a communications designer in communication that she abandoned to become a visual artist. Indeed, it generally uses as support for communication tools of our consumer society. Her starting point is an advertising slogan or a snippet that she will divert and completely transform with acrylic painting in what will become the final work. The one that will carry a whole new message that may be "campaign".
Véronique Egloff's works are part of several private collections in Europe, the United States, Canada, Korea and Japan. She has participated in numerous personal and collective exhibitions in France as well as in Switzerland. She also interested national museums who wanted to associate her work with their collections such as the Museum of Resistance and the François Petrarque Museum (Vaucluse). Thanks to her knowledge of the business world, she has also created artistic interventions in a professional environment.

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