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Pascale Jacquemond-Collet, Marais nocturne

Pascale Jacquemond-Collet Marais nocturne, 2014

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Pascale Jacquemond-Collet

Pascale Jacquemond-Collet (also known as PJC) is a French psychoterapist. She has been passionate about painting since an early age. She started studying art history at the School of Louvre, and attended numerous workshops. Following the steps of Arno Stern, she opened her painting studio to children in order for them to develop a graphic language. In parallel, she also studied art therapy and psycho-pedagogy (University of Paris VII, René Descartes) which prolongated her research on the relationship between unconscious language and graphic and pictorial language. She immersed herself in the prolific collection of paintings of patients, created in the workshops of the Saint-Anne Hospital, and preserved by the Center of Studies of Expression since 1950.

"My painting is made of successive sedimentations, which are deposited over months, sometimes years : I paint with a knife, which impregnates the canvas better, and reveals the flesh of the painting. My landscapes are mostly intime, of our inner being rather than abstract, because the color, the form and the living matter always guide me and inspire me. Water, bark, skin, are materials that I could explore endlessly. I try to penetrate the heart of the intimate, to find on the movement, an attitude, the joyful vigor of childhood, its total presence in the world. If my canvases tend towards abstraction, it is because I use filters, the first being that of my eyes of course, then time and finally the place: I can only paint from far away, probably because what is beautiful is always liable to amaze, and what inspired comes from somewhere else " explains the artist.

Pascale Jacquemond-Collet organized an important exhibition of her original works at the Singer Poliganc Museum.
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