Sigrid Somers is a painter originally from the United States. Fascinated by visual arts, she studied at Columbia University, Bennington College and the Sorbonne in Paris. During her studies, she worked with influential people, namely: Nina Cantrell, Betty Holliday and Jack Zilko. Following this, Sigrid Somers became the new writer of McCall's entertainment and got the opportunity to interview Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Wonders, Nancy Sinatra, the Doors ...
Artsts like Klimt, Chagall, Matisse, Stella, Miro and Dali have had a major influence on her work, especially since her encounters with them.
A constant wanderer, her journeys are part of her works through exotic and Caribbean highlights. The work of Sigrid Somers uses "the art of fusion" technique, an exotic and sensual combination of key figures, strong colors and kinetic abstractions. At times wild, at times lyrical, Somers's creations still remain a visceral experience which immerse us in surrealist and psychedelic visions. The artist celebrates light and color in their contrasts, between figuration and abstract. Sigrid Somers uses the term "kaleidoscope" in order to define her universe. According to her, "the world is a cosmic kaleidoscope in which there is no clear dividing line between past and the future, the insignificant and the meaningful, the wonderful and the grotesque, the glorious and the tragic". Her aim is to "grasp the mystery, and magic's role, which we all share ".
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