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Colombo Cécile | Contemporary Artist: Artworks & Biography

  • Colombo Cécile | Contemporary Artist: Artworks & Biography

Colombo Cécile

  • France
  • Painter / Plastician
I want to transmit benevolence through my works and immerse the viewer in a cheerful and warm world.
The painter Cécile Colombo was born in 1969 in Marseille. She studied Applied Art at the Beaux-Arts and then trained as a plastic artist in Architectural Environment and Urban Decoration. Her studio is located in the south of France in Gémenos.
Cécile Colombo has always worked in mixed media. She prepares her canvas with paper, glues colored papers, fabrics, ink and washed-out paint to give a general coloring to her canvas, and once the background is reinvented, she draws on it with Indian ink, walnut stain, colored ink or acrylic. The watercolor colors are enhanced with oil pastels or dry pastels, all these materials give her paintings an atmosphere of fantasy and lightness. Very inspired by the Mediterranean, Cécile takes pictures of details, balconies, fruits, stones and plants that she mixes in her paintings to retranscribe the atmosphere of a place. The suggestion, the material, the detail that seems trivial reveal a pictorial universe very inspired that offers us magical moments. This universe, she also declines it on more usual objects.
  • 2022
    Exhibition Domaine de l'Anglade
    La Ciotat, France
  • 2022
    creation of dishes
    Le Lavandou, France
  • 2022
    Artistic collaboration with the chef Mathias Dandine
    Gemini, France
  • 1969
    Artistic collaboration 'Les Toiles du large' creation of designs for bags and sails
    Marseilles, France

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