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Camille Eveillard

Born in: 1992


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Camille Eveillard is a young artist photographer whose work is described as quite unusual by some of her peers. Very early, she knew that she would evolve in the artistic environment.

After a brief experience in the theater, she turned to the video to arrive naturally at the Photo at the age of 16 years.

Her photographic creations are the fruit of a passion for the capture of time through the image, capturing the moment, and as long as it is indestructible like digital, it touches immortality. But the photographic image as it does not suffice, Camille Eveillard wants to go further in his artistic journey:

For her, the brushes and the hand are the keyboard that order the algorithms to start to model to the extreme, the digital material, to transcend reality.

In her, the notes of music mix, as and when deformations she creates, going from the acute rectilinear and provocative, to the serious curve and sensual.

Its purpose is the culmination of the matrix of the original image: its DNA, its simplicity and its beauty. This is the singularity of his artistic creation and his reason for being.

Through her creations of Digital Art, Camille Eveillard humbly invites the free observer to resonate with the melody of features, curves, and let his imagination flood him with emotions and feelings in this new temporal audio dimension.
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  • Photography

  • Photography Black and white

  • Photography Nature

  • Photography Everyday life

  • French Artist

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