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Painting Le Phare de la Désirade, Marseille by Blouin Elodie | Painting Figurative Mixed Marine

Painting Le Phare de la Désirade, Marseille by Blouin Elodie | Painting Figurative Mixed Marine
Le Phare de la Désirade, MarseillePainting Le Phare de la Désirade, Marseille by Blouin Elodie | Painting Figurative Mixed Marine
Le Phare de la Désirade, MarseillePainting Le Phare de la Désirade, Marseille by Blouin Elodie | Painting Figurative Mixed Marine

Description artwork

This unique and original contemporary artwork "Le Phare de la Désirade, Marseille" was created by the contemporary artist Elodie Blouin.
The artist used the Mixed media technique to create this small format painting on wood in the Figurative style on the theme Urban Views. Acrylic paint, Posca markers, various collages of reworked photo, white cardboard, corrugated cardboard, and even sometimes linen string, rusty nails, wire, crate wood, acrylic paint, offer volume and material to this creation, and give it all its originality and uniqueness.
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    Style

    : Figurative
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    Medium

    : Mixed
  • - Compatible frames : 13 x 13 cm
  • - Is framable : yes
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    Subject

    : Marine
  • - Format : small
  • - Material : Wood
  • - Size : 13 x 13 cm
  • - Main colors : Blue
  • - Main colors : Beige
  • - Our recommendations : New talents’ artworks
  • - Exhibited in Gallery : Marseille l'Expo
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Blouin Elodie
Blouin Elodie France
Elodie BLOUIN has been attracted to models and drawings since she was a child, so it is only natural that she chose landscape design and urban planning during her studies. She learned all sorts of modeling and plastic art techniques to train in an industry she loved. However, wanting to pay her bills and raise a family, Elodie scraped by with various jobs outside of the art field. Sad circumstances led her back to art in 2015. After one of her two children was diagnosed with a neurodevelopmental disorder, Elodie stopped working to become a full-time caregiver. Forced to stay home, she took the opportunity to spend her free time being creative. More than a professional project, it was an escape. Elodie created her own small business and launched the Bicoques En Catimini brand.
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    The artist used the Mixed media technique to create this small format painting on wood in the Figurative style on the theme Urban Views. Acrylic paint, Posca markers, various collages of reworked photo, white cardboard, corrugated cardboard, and even sometimes linen string, rusty nails, wire, crate wood, acrylic paint, offer volume and material to this creation, and give it all its originality and uniqueness.
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