Carmonn French – “Out of the blue”

Starting bid: $1,000.00

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This piece is about letting go of fear trapped within the body, and remembering we are more than just the physical.

Medium: Oils, ink and copper leaf and cotton thread

Dimensions: 94 x 195cm

RRP: $1,400

Item condition: New

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Auction ends: 31/05/2018 9:00 pm
Timezone: Australia/Sydney

Starting bid: $1,000.00

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Carmonn is inspired by the rich and raw details of the bush and how that transcends into the inner city of Sydney, where it weaves subtly within the people, music and fast-paced movement of daily life. “It inspires me to keep creating and I feel it’s part of my job as an artist to capture these moments and translate them into art.

French grew up in a small, rural town, near the Murrumbidgee river, an experience she cites as one of the most influential parts of her journey as an artist. Carmonn has never technically trained as an artist and identifies as an Intuitive-Contemporary Artist, influenced by music, nature and of course, love.

Carmonn French, the artist behind the image of the 2016 Pythia Prize will next week open her first gallery in Darlinghurst, Sydney.

Recently painted a large 200cm x 140cm floral-inspired, oil painting on canvas, French says her process is about the full immersion of the senses; smell, sound, touch, through the lens of her client. Its important for her to tune into the clients needs to capture a part of them within the artwork, she is very heavily influenced by sound and always have music playing when she works. In this instance she listened to some of her favourite music while she paints as way for me to fully capture the essence of the mood within the piece.

She is very grateful to be an Australian artist and hopes her works bring another world to your world.


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