Proxima 2390, 2021

La Robotte

Print : digital art 16.5 x 16.5 x 0.1 inch

$219

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La Robotte, Proxima 2390

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Artwork sold in perfect condition

This year 2021, La Robotte is creating a collection at the rate of the twelve months of the year, in which each drawing is thought to become a work to be exhibited, but also to be worn on a daily basis. The drawings are made with a graphic tablet by the artist and then printed on art paper or on a silk square. Proxima 2390 is directly inspired by Thomas Pesquet: “The final destination is Mars! »So #mars ... In 4, 6, or 15 years?
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Professional art gallery • Paris, France

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Medium
Print: digital art
Dimensions cm inch
16.5 x 16.5 x 0.1 inch
Framing
Beige oak frame with glass
Artwork dimensions including frame
19.7 x 19.7 x 0.9 inch
Type
Numbered and limited to 30 copies
25 copies available
Authenticity
Work sold with an invoice from the gallery and a certificate of authenticity
Signature
Stamped
Tags

Eagle

Wings

Planets

Poetry

Statue of Liberty

Themes

Graphic

Landscape

Monumental

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La Robotte

La Robotte

France • Born in: 1986

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La Robotte's colorful, lively world drawn in color! This is the artist name of Valérie Chauffour Blémy, who transposes her technique both in her paintings, digital works and in 2D animation. Always attracted by art and science, she engages in scientific studies, but her attraction for art and creation brings her to study applied art in Paris, and then to scientific drawing at the National Museum of Natural History.

Thus, her work is part of a naturalist approach, continually seeking the association of natural sciences with the imagination, in order to make what exists known, in order to better understand and preserve it. Each work allows us to enter a new reality, while remaining anchored to the world around us. The viewer's attention is captured thanks to the artist's technique, which mixes the precision of scientific drawing and the freedom of imaginative drawing in very colorful universes.

She uses colors very precisely, whether with her brushes to deposit her pigments, markers, or in front of her graphics tablet, in order to compose an emotion and a sensation. If her work is very instinctive, she always lets us decipher it by the drawing, which allows her to provide the explanation or the learning, then by the overall composition to consolidate the work in a striking experience.

Thanks to this process, it offers us the experience of a dreamlike journey, while remaining attached to what we know, giving us the opportunity to learn new things and to question ourselves and our relationship to the living world for a few moments.

Her works are usually exhibited in the naturalist section of the Salon des Beaux Arts, which is held every year at the Carroussel du Louvre and soon in the incredible Maison Deyrolle. She has also participated in numerous productions of animated series and documentary films and has also been co-author for a popular medical book in which she has sublimated the human body and its functioning.

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