Marielle Guégan is a French painter and engraver born in 1966 in Nevers. In her youth, she studied architecture and discovered her passion for art and for drawing: living models sketches, perspectives, revelation of color with its different impacts according to shapes. Marielle Guévan currently lives and works in Paris.
Her work is mostly abstract. In her paintings, the shapes are like snapshots capable of capturing dense or light vibrations. The artist juggles between bright and mat colors, reliefs and flats, colors and black tones. After painting, she studied engraving during four years at the F. Denon workshop (Atelier of Fine Arts of the city of Paris). Her favorite technique is etching which allows her to create the material sometimes until the cutting of the matrix.
The systematic use of black in her paintings and engravings corresponds to the desire to remove the superficial. Her artistic approach tends toward universality of signs to create an inner encounter in the viewer.
Several of her pieces have been sold in public sales in Paris and many collectors who like her work in Europe, Morroco and the United States.
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