Just like a funambulist, the artist painter Nadia Vuillaume hesitates between figuration and abstraction.
Here she treats her models in geometrical zones of color. This portrait is elaborated like a sculpture, as if born from one single massive piece. We can wonder about the vertical-line spaces that remind us of prison bars, as if this young girl were kept against her will or had no control over her destiny.
Here lies the strength of this artist, who always gives several reading perspectives to her work.
Rembrandt Oil on canvas
2 to 3 coats of Extra-Fine Picture Varnish (anti-UV) Lefranc & Bourgeois