Born in Los Angeles in 1955, Françoise Snake Jagger claims to be a "surrealistic fickle person". Jagger's style is in the same aesthetic lines of Rene Magritte. He grew up in the region of Palm Springs, where his father was employed by Frank Sinatra. This immersion in the artistic agitation and landscapes of California, sharpened Jagger's aesthetic eye. He oscillates between high level aesthetic career and an honored relationship with Earth, desert, which is important to him.
Through a subtle organization of elements, he juxtaposes motley objects through a realistic representation. He makes fun and fantasy like philosophy real. He glorifies Californian deserts. His pictorial techniques probe each stone and awakens an underlying rapture.
Incongruity of these added up objects leads to a feeling of confusion confronted with ordinariness. Through an extremely realistic style, ripe tomatoes ripen on sunny Mediterranean patios. His surrealistic paintings, go beyond ordinary reality. His aim is to awaken the indifferent look and remodel our vision towards distant lands, with utopian horizons.
His work is acknowledged by several festivals and galleries.
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