Lives and works in Lyon, FR
Animals, everyday objects, toys, and decorative motifs around us are present in many of her compositions.
They are like “verbs” in his “visual riddles” that are “conjugated” based on the story that’s being told. Sometimes they connect other forms as the main subject and at other times they work as a guiding element. Although the visual purity of them becomes hidden under the colorful layers and get merged at the borders, we can’t ignore its existence. This aspect prompts the audience to explore further and adds to the metaphorical and inspirational value of the work.
Her paintings are adventurous and follow their path, no limitation cripples them in their organic revisualization of nature. Geometry seeks to give them structure as if they are children’s Lego toys. The flowing lines that are placed between layers upon layers give rhythm to this unification.
Image Copyright Elham Etemadi.